In Johnson 190). Basically this point of view is saying that Finch is not the hero that everyone makes him out to be because even though Finch represents Robinson, he only does so because of the legal obligation that is required of him. While few critics share this opinion, the few that do also do not believe that Finch's morals are that far from the rest of the town... Showed first 250 characters
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While few critics share this opinion, the few that do also do not believe that Finch's morals are that far from the rest of the town. His comments on the Ku Klux Klan and its leaders lead some to believe that Atticus is not as moral as most think (Freedman)... Showed next 250 characters
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