To Kill a Mockingbird

how does aunt alexandra view the people of maycomb?how does it differ from atticus's attitude

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Aunt Alexandra is the "perfect" Southern lady, as Atticus' sister, she often sees people differently from the way Atticus views them. She has strong views and generally looks down on those who do not conform to her way of thinking. She clashes with Scout who sensibilities are more like Atticus' in that Atticus looks at all people as equals, compared to the way most people view others, especially the Blacks in this Depression-Era, Southern setting.