To Kill a Mockingbird

what does miss maudie mean when she says that atticus finch is the same in the house as he is on the public streets

To kill a mockingbird

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She means that Atticus is an authentic person. The beliefs and values which he communicates to his children at home are the same that he practices when he is outside the home. Atticus leads by an example which he practices in all aspects of his life.