1930's Discrimination

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In the story To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, There are various forms of discrimination. The Harper Lee novel shows an interesting viewpoint of 1930’s discrimination in Maycomb, Alabama. It really captures how different things were then compared to now. It’s somewhat shocking the way things happened in that time period. There are multiple forms of prejudice in this book, but racism is the primary form. To explain, in the book, Atticus Finch is going to lose a court case even when the man is non guilty. Just because the man is black he doesn’t stand a chance. Another key point is how almost everyone in Maycomb besides the Finch family, discriminates others because of their color. The Finch family is treated with hostility. This part plays

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