Civil Disobedience. By: Natalie Zolten . What IS civil disobedience?. Civil disobedience is when people don’t necessarily follow the laws of the government because they don’t believe that the law is moral. They’re doing what’s right by not following a certain law. . Examples.
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By: Natalie Zolten
Nat had done civil disobedience because he thought God told him to take a stand. He went against the gov't and followed what he believed to be right. This thought of his resulted in his death.
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