To Kill a Mockingbird

Which character learns the most about human in this chapter?

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I think that ironically Atticus learns the most about what is best for humanity in this chapter. Atticus learns that the law actually has limitations. He learns that life is messy and sometimes allowances with the truth need to be made. Mr. Ewell was responsible for Tom's death, and the sheriff urges Atticus to "let the dead bury the dead."