Tom Robinson Reparation In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Tom Robinson, a character in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, was a black man unjustly accused of rape on a white women. The jury found him guilty and punished to prison. Nothing can make up for the crimes that the jury and the plaintiff committed, but a pardon or reparations would be appropriate for Maycomb to remember Tom Robinson. Reparations are ways for the government to give back to the ones who were falsely accused and punished. In reparations it would show that the government understood that Tom Robinson was innocent and that the people are trying to help what they can in a way of paying for their immorality. Tom Robinson died while trying to escape prison since he knew it was his best chance of survival. If the government could have
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