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Atticus Finch Was a Role Model Ahead of His Time

Summary: Atticus Finch a citizen of Maycomb during the 1930's was a role model ahead of his time. He had some advanced beliefs on life with the following downfall; the people of Maycomb simply did not understand these futuristic thoughts he possessed.
Atticus Finch a citizen of Maycomb during the 1930's was a role model ahead of his time. He had some advanced beliefs on life with the following downfall; the people of Maycomb simply did not understand these futuristic thoughts he possessed. Atticus should have been the most outstanding role model as he was not racially prejudice, also not socially prejudice, then he was the perfect parent with polished parenting techniques and finally he was the flawless citizen with good values, morals and principles.

Atticus Finch was a firm believer in equilibrium. During the novel, he was faced with the toughest challenge; defending Tom Robinson, who was an innocent Negro, charged with the raping of a white girl. "Every lawyer gets one case in his lifetime that affects him personally. This is mine." Atticus put his heart and soul into this...

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