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What moral decision does Huck make in Chapter 8 when he says to Jim:

Well, I did [say I wouldn't tell]. I said I wouldn't and I'll stick to it. Honest injun, I will. People would call me a low-down ablitionist and despise me for keeping mum -- but that don't make no difference. I ain't agoing to tell, and I ain't agoing back there, anyways. So now, le's know all about it.


The moral decision to lie to Jim for Miss Watson's sake.


The moral decision to break society's biggest rule.


The moral decision to fake Jim's death.


The moral decision to keep his own death a secret.


The moral decision to never return to St. Petersburg.

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