On the Duty of Civil Disobedience

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Philosophy

 

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Martin S

 

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May 14, 2016

 

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University

 

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Thoreau goes on to describe the way government uses the law to promote the wrong ideals. Government would rather make legal robots than promote morality in its people. Thoreau then goes into the issue of slavery and how a government promoted such evil. In this instance the government brings out the worst in its people for enforcing such an injustice as well as the apathetic industrialist in the north who benefits from slavery and does nothing about its immorality...
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In this instance the government brings out the worst in its people for enforcing such an injustice as well as the apathetic industrialist in the north who benefits from slavery and does nothing about its immorality. Thoreau then discusses a theory that I believe to be brilliant. Thoreau eventually refuses to pay taxes because he does not want his money spent on keeping slavery running...
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