the four freedoms
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FREEDOM OF SPEECH: Scout is not always welcome to voice her opinion. At the missionary tea, she is to be seen and not heard.
Atticus on the other hand, loudly voices his opinion at the trial.
Miss Maudie speaks her mind throughout. She certainly doesn't mince words.
FREEDOM OF WORSHIP. This freesom isn't denied as far as I can rememeber. Unless of course you consider that blacks and whites went to different churches. There was also the scene where Calpurnia took the children to her church, and somebody made a fuss about it.
FREEDOM FROM WANT. The Cunninghams are in want of everything but have love. Dill wants for nothing except the attention of his parents.
FREEDOM FROM FEAR. The citizens of Maycomb express fear of going out because they are afraid of Boo Radley.
Atticus fears the town's white citizens will lynch Tom because of the color of his skin.
Bob Ewell evokes fear when he threatens the Finches.
To Kill a Mockingbird