To Kill A Mockingbird Research Paper

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Prejudice is a serious problem in the world. This is something that has been around since 1701. Although slavery has ended in the U.S. prejudice has still stuck around.The question is can it really be a disease? Many diseases are spread genetically, or just of germs, but prejudice takes a different toll. It could be spread genetically. Some people hear it from their family members. This makes the child think that’s how the world is. Which means when they have children they will also instruct them to be prejudice. In To Kill A Mockingbird, the children that Scout heard these words from were taught these words at home. Although not told directly to the reader, it can be inferred knowing the city. Although this happens to many there are still
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