To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Atticus’ decision to defend Tom Robinson further embarrass the children?


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Folks around town are in the grip of a systemic, unjust racism which makes any rational assessment of a lawyer's duty suspect from the beginning. This extends to the whole Finch family, as Scout soon must find out that her father is a "n***** lover."