To Kill a Mockingbird

what was the result the reaction of the majority of mayconb country toms death? why do you think the author presented oppojsing points of view on the subject of toms death

chapters 23 through 25

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Tom's death was the talk of the small town. Despite Atticus's air tight case and pleas to humanity, much of the town felt Tom was guilty by colour. I think Harper Lee presented oppsing points because at least some people felt a change while others were simply not ready to change.