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Scout asks Atticus if they are poor and he confirms it, and she proceeds to ask if they are as poor as the Cunninghams, clearly showing different status levels of society.
Scout is thankful that a Cunningham on the jury almost said Tom was innocent, so she wanted to have Walter Cunningham over but Aunt Alexandra called him trash.
In this example, it explains how naturally people like the Finches are not supposed to like Cunninghams because they are below them financially, and Cunninghams should not like Ewells since they are at the bottom of the white social classes.
Atticus tells Scout about how she needs to learn a trick to put herself in others' skins, and until she climbs in walks around in it she may find it hard to forgive and understand.
Here, Atticus is telling about how Mrs. Dubose was so courageous and brave, and the fact that he is saying this means he understands her. He realizes if he were her it would be a struggle to overcome such an addiction.
Here, at the dining table, Atticus is explaining how even though Mr. Cunningham was in a mob, he was still a good person. Atticus was able to understand him, and by thinking some thoughts Mr. Cunningham may have thought it provided a better explanation for his actions.
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