In the book 'To Kill A Mocking Bird', what actions of Atticus' causes problems for Jem and Scout. Explain
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Did you read the book? It goes not sound like it because these are very basic questions about it. OpenStudy is NOT a place to have people do your homework. We are more than happy to help you understand works of literature, but we do not answer homework questions. It is against the OpenStudy Code of Conduct and the Terms and Conditions of the site.
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Jaga Coming Down Hard, But i agree with you jaga, it should make a nice discussion
lol @SchoolSlacker :( Wasn't meaning to sound harsh, but yeah you're right.
Sorry @Student.5 I guess I was just frustrated that nobody reads the Terms and Conditions of the site these days, but Like Slaker says, we would love to discuss this book with you.