It is safe to say that a lot of the time, majority rules. In the town of Macomb, from Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mocking Bird, Tactics Finch does not fit into the majority. Throughout the novel he is mocked and constantly challenged due to his strong morals. In fact, Tactics Finch’s morals are the complete opposite of the majority of Macomb because Harper uses his character to raise the awareness of those around him. Tactics Finch represents many of the qualities Of a good person in today’s society. Fortunately, he is unique in this way because the morals of many of the other characters do not match his own. Tactics is challenged by his sister, Alexandra when they discussed the need for Galleria in his home. ” Bob Lowell and Tactics also have different standards. ” u. ” During this conflict, Tactics was able to keep his cool and does not respond with violence. Tactics is respected as a lawyer and a responsible father but this respect is sometimes questioned.
Even though the court appointed him to represent Tom Robinson, people still did not like the idea that Tactics actually cared about Tom getting a fair trial. They called him a “N-lover” and some people were even teasing his children, Scout and Gem about it. ” ” Tactics always made sure Scout and Gem acted respectfully and open-minded to everyone regardless of their color. ( 75) ” Not only is Tactics different, he is a great influence on many and leaves a lasting impression.