what does he do about it
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Huck's internal conflict comes when he must decide between turning Jim in or helping him to escape to freedom. Huck was taught that befriending or aiding slaves was wrong, his society taught that slaves were inferior and that they were property. Ultimately, Huck chooses what he believes to be morally right and turns his back on what he has been instructed to believe. To him, Jim did not belong to anyone. He was a person, not a piece of property.
THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN