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1One of the most important relationships in To Kill a Mockingbird is that which Atticus Finch has with his children Jem and Scout Throughout the book the relationship is developed as a very strong compassionate one The basis for this bond is located in Atticus beliefs toward society of the time his confidence in family life and will to stand up for what is right When the Finch family is mistreated over the Tom Robinson case Atticus stands firm in his position He refuses to back down from the threats and insults from the townspeople projecting his strong will and courage As a result of these principles Atticus stands for his relationship with Scout and Jem is just and fair yet somewhat strict but always caring He teaches his kids morals and the difference between right and wrong and in the end these instilled ideas change the kids for the better Overall the connection between the Finch family members is one that has positive effects and gives the kids a strong sense of morality justice and compassion A good example of this link is in Scouts relative innocence and good will in everything she does She always means well even though she may not do the best thing When Scout sneaks out of her house to meet her father finding him in the way of a crazed lynch mob she acts with complete respect and courtesy to the angry people and eventually saves Atticus from trouble This is a cause of the deep family connection
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