To Kill a Mockingbird: All Men Are Created Equal
2m 45s
language arts
literary devices
monologue
law
steps in a court trial
closing argument

Atticus gives a speech to the courtroom in which he expresses his disapproval of society's attitudes towards black men. He indicates that the defendant, Tom Robinson, is not guilty and expresses his confidence in the justice system to be fair and unbiased.

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