From the book 'TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD - tHE SCOURGE OF RACISM
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Claudia D.Understanding to kill a mocking bird, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1994, p.2-6
Harper L. and Milton J., To kill a mockingbird, Barrons Educational Series, 1984, p.217 221
Kasher, S., “the Civil Rights Movement” Abbiville Press, 2007, retrieved on 15th May, 2009, from http://www.abbeville.com/bookpage.asp?isbn=0789201232... By the time the depression took place in the early 1930s, most s were predominantly populated by the whites. The blacks and other minority communities were all working as unskilled laborers and all the people worked together. The shrinking numbers of positions in this era made white people to complain of other...