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This paper discusses the historical success of civil obedience in invoking change, offering Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mohandas Gandhi as examples. It explains that a strong and charismatic leader and commitment to peace are vital for effective change. The paper also explores why civil disobedience did not work in the case of the Jews in Nazi Germany.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Gandhi, Mohandas. "The Jews."
- Gandhi, Mohandas. "On Satyagraha, Nonviolence, and Civil Disobedience."
- King, Martin Luther. "Letter from Birmingham Jail."
- Tolstoy, Leo. "Nonviolence as a Life Principle."
Cite this Term Paper:
Civil Disobedience (2007, March 28) Retrieved April 05, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/civil-disobedience-93728/
"Civil Disobedience" 28 March 2007. Web. 05 April. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/term-paper/civil-disobedience-93728/>