If Uncle Atticus lets you run around with stray dogs, that's his own business, like Grandma says, so it aint your fault. I guess it ain't your fauly if Uncle Atticus is a n---- lover-
who started it? Well, you're introuble now.
You ain't fair, You didn't even listen to my side!
Scout and her Cousin, Francis, are arguing over Scouts father. Atticus is a lawyer, and he is doing a case with a black man, which sparks different opinions of him. Which shows how Atticus doesn't have Maycomb's disease and shows his conscience to not see people just for their skin color.
Francis keep teasing Scout about her father, Atticus, and how he is a n-----lover. Scout gets really mad and punches him, in which Francis family come out and try to punish Scout because of her actions. Scout's actions take alot of courage because she remembers her father telling her not to fight in his stead, but she still proceeds because she can't stand it, even though she knows she'll get in trouble.
After Scout gets in trouble, she runs to her room, and talk to Uncle Jack after the big fuss. Scout talks about how Uncle Jack doesn't really understand kids much, because he didn't even listen to Scout's side of the story. So, he starts to listen.