Question:

Can you describe the atmosphere before the trial, why are the blacks and whites separated?

Answer:

In the famous novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" the races are separated because that is how things were at the time, segregation was very common then, the atmosphere was tense it was more than a trial it was black vs. white.

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