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Where's Tom Robinson?
On page 204, Atticus stands up against white people to save a black man in jail. This shows how much courage Atticus had.
Tom Robinson is not here.
On page 273-274 Atticus defends Tom with his closing argument. Once again he fights white men to save a black man. He refers back to what Thomas Jefferson said and stated that all me were created equal. But, this courtroom is not.
Tom Robinson should not be guilty.
Tom Robinson should be guilty.
Stand up Miss Jean Louise, your father is passing
On page 283, Reverend SYkes and the rest of the black community respects Atticus becuase he did what no other white man has done and that is defend a black man. He makes every stand up as Atticus is passing by.
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