To Kill a Mockingbird

jem and scout have different views about telling people at school how well atticus can shoot. explain this difference

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Scout is eager to share the "heroic" exploits of her father. Jem, however, is more cautious; he knows Atticus would not want this kind of attention.

"Don't say anything about it, Scout...

"I reckon if he'd wanted us to know... he'da told us."