Atticus Finch Believe In To Kill A Mockingbird

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It’s important to fight for what you believe in, you have a voice so people can hear what you have to say. In the book to Kill a Mockingbird there’s this character name Atticus Finch, he is a white man defending a colored man. This book was taken place in the 1930’s so there was a lot of segregation at that time. Furthermore, Atticus was getting so much hatred from the people is MAycomb, because he was defending a colored man. Even though he got all that hatred from his own community he didn’t stop defending Tom. He believed that Tom Robinson was innocent, so Atticus fought for what he believed in. At the trial the the jury decided that Tom was guilty, all the things Atticus said was true but not enough for the people in Maycomb. Mr.Finch

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