Who Is Jem Responsible In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Jem Finch In Harper Lee’s To Kill a MockingBird has a very large impact on the U.S because it is basically the sum up of what happened in the south in the 1930’s. The 1930’s was the time of the great depression and many people were poor and many people were laid off because companies couldn 't pay them. In the small town of Maycomb, Alabama it shows some of the poverty some of the families lived in and the racism in the south during this time. A well known family is the Finches. The father Atticus is a hard working single father with two children, Jem and Scout. As Jem is the oldest he is considered the man of the house when atticus is gone which means he has a lot of responsibility. During this book we will see how Jem is maturing into a
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