To Kill a Mockingbird

What reason can you infer for why Alexandra doesn’t think Calpurnia should work for Atticus anymore?

chapter 13-14

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Aunt Alexandra is critical of how Atticus and Calpurnia raise Scout and Jem. She thinks that Atticus gives Calpurnia too much power. Calpurnia is very much a mother-figure to the children. Aunt Alexandra does not think a black housekeeper should have that role in the lives of white children.