To Kill a Mockingbird

“In this world, goodness is destined to be defeated.” How does To Kill A Mockingbird relate to the quote?

I have one way where racism conquers those who oppose it, but i need on more other way.

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I see that you get the whole racism thing with Tom Robinson. One thing to consider is that despite the injustice, which is obvious to everybody, nothing will change in Maycomb. Atticus will most probably endure the spite of some of the more ignorant whites in the community. Tom's wife has lost her husband and his kids have lost a father. My point is that there is much collateral damage from the goodness that was defeated by evil. Also, although is actually a guardian angel of sorts, Boo will still face the scorn and scrutiny of much of the town.

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