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What change does Jim represent when he declares his plans to steal his children back if he needs to?
The power and confidence that freedom can give a person
His growing intellectual prowess gained from time spent on the run with Huck
How greed can cloud one's judgement - he knows he can work, but still thinks stealing is a better idea
How selfish he is now that he thinks he is almost free
He is actually unchanged as he is still thinking of how he can work within the slavery system, which is a foolish notion.