To Kill a Mockingbird

What does Tom Robinson's trial tell us about the society of Maycomb?

It is from chapter 9

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The trial tells us that Maycomb is "sick" with racism. The people cannot see past their own bigotry. They will only see what they have been conditioned to see: a black man taking advantage of a white girl, even though she is a Ewell.