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How is Atticus Finch forgiving?

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Atticus shrugs off all prejudices and insults, forgiving the townspeople for their failings, and continues to work for Tom's acquittal, taking the release of the innocent man as a personal crusade, all the while seeking to set a strong moral example for his own children in the hope that they will not emulate his biased society and become prejudiced against others on account of race.

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