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Is civil disobedience morally justified in a democracy?

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  • Civil Disobedience is a Form of Protest

    Civil disobedience is an important form of protest and should be protected in a democracy. It is a manner in which unfair laws and treatment of groups can be brought to light and protested against without violence. Civil disobedience played a major part in both the civil and women's rights movements, and will continue to be an important alternative to violent acts as future issues are brought to light and protested.

  • When governments try to rule the people, civil disobedience is justified

    Sometimes government needs to be put in it's place. In a democracy government is supposed to be accountable to the people. When the government tries to obligate the people to laws they disagree, it is for the people to stand up against the government and remind the government who it serves.

  • Civil Disobedience is a sign of disobeying the law

    Civil Disobedience is incorrect. Many laws can look unjust to many other people, and they can all form groups to overthrow the laws, making many laws out of business. Yes, civil disobedience was played in many movements, but, women's rights were an entirely different case. It depends on the law, but for many cases, civil disobedience is a sign of obeying the law, which is like your parents.


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