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February 19, 2016 -- To Kill A Mockingbird made author Harper Lee a multi-millionaire. The novelist died this week at the age of 89. 

The book sold an estimated 40 million copies. Much of the books' sales are attributed to government schools mandating students read the book in an effort to infect their minds with the cultural Marxism virus. 

It apparently worked. 

Published in 1960 the book was made into a motion picture two years later. Millions of Americans learned that accusing black males of violent rape was tantamount to racism. 

In reality about 33 percent of forcible rapes in the United States can be attributed to black males, according to FBI statistics. Blacks comprise about 13 percent of the nation's population. 

Lee's second novel, To Set A Watchman, was published in 2015. 

Reviewers largely panned the second book, frustrated that the attorney-hero, Atticus Finch, was portrayed as a bigot. 

To Set A Watchman was actually written in 1957, two year prior to the publishing of To Kill A Mockingbird, but was rejected by publishers when it was originally submitted. 

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  1. Yesterday, while listening to news regarding her death, they called her book, the "Bible" of the 20th century.

  2. in real life they're guilty.