To Kill a Mockingbird

can you explain the class hierachy of the 1930s & how it played out in this novel.

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Certainly blacks were considered the lowest of the class system. There was then the Ewells, in a low class of their own, poor whites like the Cuninghams, and finally middle class (or able to feed and clothes themselves) like the Finch family.