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Do you need money Walter?
The teacher asks Walter if he needs money, he says he does not want to owe anyone anything. Scout then tells the teacher about Walter's financial situation
Walter is poor!
Scout wants to spend more time with Walter Cunnigham, a poor boy, but Aunt Alexandra does not want anyone in her family talking to anyone she views as "beneath them".
No Finch girl can hang out with a Cunnigham!
"...There are four kinds of folks in the world. There's the ordinary kind like us and the neighbors, there is the kind like the Cunnighams out in the woods, the kind like the Ewells down in the dump, and the Negros
Jem tells Scout about the different social classes in Maycomb
Social inequality is the unequal opportunities or rewards associated with different social classes. In Maycomb, everyone has a good understanding of the social structure but most do not understand why it is there. Scout struggles with grappling the differing classes and decides to choos friends based on morality rather that class.
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