A Lesson Before Dying

A lesson before dying

Why do the mulatto men in the rainbow club think they are superior than Jefferson and the other African American people?

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The social hierarchy is dictated by the whiteness of skin. The Mulatto brick workers look down on blacks. The Mulattos, some looking white themselves, feel superior to blacks because of the social hierarchy imposed by whites in society.