Atticus Finch: A Just Man
<Tab/>Atticus Finch is one of the best male role models in American Literature. This instrumental character in To Kill a Mockingbird was a just man who kept his town of Maycomb from falling apart. He seeked fairness in every situation and never needed to reconsider his position on any issue. This sense of righteousness was displayed no matter the situation, making him consistent in his beliefs.
<Tab/>Atticus treated his children, Jem and Scout, as adults, causing them to be mature beyond their ages. He bestowed his wisdom and values upon them about taboo sub…
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