Civil Disobedience. by Henry David Thoreau. Background. Born July 12, 1817, in Concord, Massachusetts Educated at Harvard University In the late 1830’s and early 1840’s, he was a schoolteacher in Concord. He quit teaching to become a writer full-time. Inspiration.
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Henry David Thoreau
was a schoolteacher in Concord.
1. People should think for themselves and not conform to the majority.
2. People do not have to follow their government if they feel that the government is unjust.
3. You should always retain the strength and freedom to not partake in a wrongful enterprise that they know is wrong.