To Kill a Mockingbird

Why was Atticus so affectionate toward Jem, even after Jem disobeyed him?

To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 15

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Jem showed a lot of strength and integrity by interfering with the mob. He refused to let his father face the mob alone. Atticus respected Jem's fortitude and the fact that he risked himself to do, what he thought, was the right thing.