To Kill a Mockingbird

how does atticus explain to his sister why he has let his children watch the trial


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Atticus doesn't shelter his kids from the obvious conflicts going on in Maycomb. THe trial is a big part of Atticus's life that involves the town they live in. The trial, for better or for worse, is a part of their lives.