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What does the novel indicate is one reason why Atticus and the school children seem to hold the Cunninghams in somewhat higher esteem than the Ewells?
The Cunninghams can trace their ancestry back to the Battle of Hastings, unlike the Ewells.
The Cunningham children have a living mother, while the Ewell children’s mother has died.
The Cunninghams labor to get by conventionally, while the Ewells live outside society’s rules.
The Cunninghams are victims of larger social forces, while the Ewells cause their own trouble.
The Cunninghams do not have more kids than the family can easily support, unlike the Ewells.