To Kill a Mockingbird

when atticus reacts to jem's boo radley game, what do you notice about the way he disciplines the childreb?

List 7 principles in which he believes

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He speaks treats them with maturity explaining the reasons he deserves his privacy instead merely telling them to stop. Basically Atticus tells them that Boo deserves his privacy and children have no right to bother him or play games at his expense.