To Kill A Mockingbird Social Justice Quotes Analysis

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In To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee uses the character of Atticus to reveal her ideas about social justice. Throughout the book, Atticus is challenged with making the right choice, the choice he believes to be morally just. Similar to how we, as a people, struggle with making the right choice. “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view (Lee 30).” This quote proves her ideas of social justice because it shows that she acknowledges the fact that they are human, too. It is used to explain that even though you may think someone is at fault, they may not have known better, just like when Scout’s teacher Miss Caroline tried to give a handout to Walter Cunningham. “Before I can live with other folks,
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