Why does Scout get angry with Cecil Jacobs? chapter Nine

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Scout gets angry with Cecil at the start of Chapter 9 because he accuses her father of defending African-Americans in court. She also gets angry because of the specific foul language he uses to do so (which you'll see in the first few paragraphs of that chapter).


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