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Meursault's testimony on behalf of Raymond suggests what about Meursault's character?
When necessary, he can be fiercely loyal to those he considers friends.
He is courageous enough to scoff at the legal system when he thinks it is unjust.
His course of action is determined more by expediency than principle.
He has an unspoken bias toward both women and Arabs.
His fear of Raymond is so great that he would do anything to please him.