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Are Tom's manners as good as Atticus'?

A

Yes, Tom's manners are every bit as good as Atticus', which shows that he is an anomoly among the African-Americans of Maycomb.

B

No, Tom's manners are not as good as Atticus', or he would not have gotten himself in the situation with Mayella to begin with.

C

Yes, Tom's manners are every bit as good as Atticus', which shows that he is worthy of just as much respect as Atticus.

D

No, Tom's manners are not as good as Atticus', or he would not have embarassed Mayella in court by saying he felt sorry for her.

E

There is insufficient evidence in the book to judge whether Tom's manners are as good as Atticus' or not.

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