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In the course of the whole paragraph in Chapter 13 where she refers to the stratification of Maycomb society as a "caste system", the narrator most directly addresses which of the following?
The supposed existence of an innate or genetic basis for differences between groups in Maycomb.
The huge degree of difference in the treatment of one group compared to another in Maycomb.
The hidden way of achieving upward mobility through education and socialization in Maycomb.
The ultimate futility of trying to better oneself when everything is pre-determined in Maycomb.
The strong possibility of family resemblances being learned not hereditary in people of Maycomb.