CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE, SOLITUDE, AND LIFE WITHOUT PRINCIPLE
The author championed the belief that people of conscience were at liberty to follow their own opinion. Civil Disobedience (1849) composed following Thoreau's refusal to pay his taxes in protest against slavery and the Mexican war, is an eloquent declaration of the principles that make revolution inevitable.
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