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What does it show about Link Deas that he confronts Bob Ewell over his treatment of Helen?
He is unafraid, shrewd, and wants to be on Atticus' good side.
He is confident, gentlemanly, and still supports Tom Robinson's cause.
He is self-assured, neighborly, and hates poor whites like Bob Ewell.
He is afraid, self-interested, and wants to stay out of trouble at all costs.
He is manly, domineering, and bullies people like Bob Ewell all the time.