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What is a plausible interpretation for why Atticus takes off some of his outer clothing and accessories as his is making his final statement to the jury?
He is hot because it's an extremely warm day and he's been at the trial all day long.
He is trying to appear more like a common man to get the jury to consider what he has to say.
He is preparing himself for the fist fight that he anticipates may follow the trial's end.
Exactly two of the above.
'A', 'B', and 'C'