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Henry David Thoreau's classic essay inspired Martin Luther King, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, and many other activists.

Public Domain (P)2011 Trout Lake Media

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  • rk
  • 14-05-11

Go Henry!

Great message. This is important information in our day and age of unjust and immoral laws.

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  • Dee
  • 03-03-13

Navel gazing we all need in this political times

What made the experience of listening to Civil Disobedience the most enjoyable?

It's a classic that anyone who wants to be a better person should read.

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You see his point and hopefully it helps you to grow. And think more fully of the implications your life can have on others, and the power in one and all of us.

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  • J. D. Wiley
  • 19-05-18

well read, appropriate rage,<br />

Gets to the essence of our right to listen to our conscience and to follow our conscience with disobedience when necessary.