To kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee Racial prejudices within to kill a mockingbird and an alternate text for alternate examples.
It is perceived that a court should be an un-bias means of determining the guilt or innocence of the accused. This is not always the case with racial, social and personal prejudices influencing decisions.
It is clear in 'To Kill a Mockingbird' that there is racial prejudices in the town, when Atticus is assigned the job of defending a 'nigga' in a rape case he knows that there is no hope for Tom Robertson he still defends him and tries to fight a fair case, but unfortunately the townspeople's racial prejudices influence the decision.
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- To kill a mocking bird by Harper Lee
- To kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee Racial prejudices within to kill a mockingbird and an alternate text for alternate examples.
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