To Kill a Mockingbird

what is the difference between the ewells and the cunninghams


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Atticus knew Mr. Cunningham had honour and respect. Despite being racist, Atticus felt he could get past the hate and appeal to Cunningham's humanity. Bob Ewell was pretty much set in his twisted ways. Unlike the Cunninghams, Bob Ewell had no personal or public sense of honour.