To Kill a Mockingbird

What are Two Ways that Atticus displayed "Sticking to his morale" And how did he benefit others from doing so?

For example, I have that he agreed to take the Tom Robinson case and that the black community then sent him food, or that when he shared his lesson with Scout she got a valuable lesson. But I feel as if these aren't good enough. Please please please somebody help me!

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Atticus phsically defends Tom Robinson from a lunch-mob at the jail.

Despite being mocked by Mrs. Dubose, Atticus is always polite and kind to her.