To Kill a Mockingbird

to kill a mocking bird

contrast the characters of miss maudie and the newspaper editor Mr. underwood. how can two individuals whose values are so different both be good characters

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Both Miss Maudie and Mr. Underwood both have their own moral value system. While Miss. Maudie tends to be more enlightened like Atticus, Mr. Underwood has a basic sense of right and wrong. He is able to see the obvious hypocrisy over this trial. He protects Atticus because it is the right thing to do. He respects Atticus and abhors mob mentality. Both characters resist the common bigoted world view that most whites in Maycomb share.