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Although many find it to carry a beautiful sentiment, why might Atticus’ statement that it’s ok to shoot blue jays but a sin to kill a mockingbird been seen as problematic?
It implies that some creatures’ lives are more valuable than others.
It involves an oversimplification of the behavioral patterns of two species.
It implies that creatures who give pleasure to humans are better than those who do not.
Exactly two of the above.
'A', 'B', and 'C'