To Kill a Mockingbird

By the end of the book, what dose Scout realize she has in common with the people Maycomb?

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Scout has trouble reconciling Tom Robinson's verdict with what most whites felt in the town. By the end of the book, Scout realizes they are still her neighbors and her friends. The best thing she could do was try to be an example for change, like her father was.