To Kill a Mockingbird

Mr. Underwood was at the trial right? Use the book to answer.


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Well, sure. He was the publisher of the local newspaper and he respected Atticus and is very much on the side of Atticus with his beliefs.

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"Mr. Braxton Underwood, who had been sitting quietly in a chair reserved for the Press, soaking up testimony with his sponge of a brain, allowed his bitter eyes to rove over the colored balcony, and they met mine. He gave a snort and looked away."


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