To Kill a Mockingbird

In chapter 10 what might the mad dog symbolize in the novel?

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The mad dog symbolizes racism. Like the dog, racism is just as dangerous dead as alive. No matter what Atticis accomplishes in Tom Robinson's trial, racism is still a danger to the community.

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