To Kill a Mockingbird

What does Atticus' reaction to Ewell's problems with the WPA and Link Deas indicate to the reader about Atticus' character?

Chapter 27

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Atticus understands that Ewell has been publicly humiliated. Although he won the case, the town knows the truth. Atticus can see through Bob's meanness, he just doesn't understand the extent Ewll's self loathing has rotted him.