Racial Tension In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Harper Lee’s infamous novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird”, is one that has been revered for decades for its exploration into the world of racial tension and has commonly been used as a juxtaposition to modern society. It is common nature to compare oneself to another, and it is interesting to see how far a society has come from their origins. However, is today’s society really that different from “To Kill a Mockingbird” times? Words such as “racism”, “police brutality”, and “injustice” flood common news stations and social media each and every day. Although America as a whole has made distinct progress since the 1930s, modern society still lacks key components of a united nation that would banish the sense of racial tensions across
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