by Jenny Sawyer
If you've read even a few chapters of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," it's probably pretty clear that Mark Twain was violently against slavery and racism. But there's more to his second theme than simple criticism. Here's the Recap on what Twain was really saying about these evils.
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