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Written Response Martin Luther King, Jr. and Henry David Thoreau agree

Thoreau's Civil Disobedience Read text p 370-376 Complete Questions 1 and 4 p 378 Writer's Response to Literature--Thoreau/MLK, Jr. Written Response Martin Luther King, Jr. and Henry David Thoreau agree

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Written Response Martin Luther King, Jr. and Henry David Thoreau agree

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  1. Thoreau's Civil DisobedienceRead text p 370-376Complete Questions 1 and 4 p 378Writer's Response to Literature--Thoreau/MLK, Jr. Written Response Martin Luther King, Jr. and Henry David Thoreau agree that unjust laws exist and that good, moral citizens are lawbreakers under certain circumstances. Explain how you find their arguments convincing / unconvincing. Cite reasons / examples from Letter from Birmingham Jail and Civil Disobedience. In addition, provide your opinion. Do you agree King and Thoreau? Why or Why not?

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