How does Scout help to disperse the lynch mob? A. She stands next to Atticus. No one wants to show violence in front of a child. B. She tells the sheriff about the mob, and he is able to reason with them. C. She begins to cry and everyone takes pity on her. D. Mr. Cunningham feels guilty when she asks him about his son, Walter.
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I believe the answer is D.
double check with the book tho!
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