Civil disobedience according to Martin Luther King Jr. and Emma Goldman
Martin Luther King Jr. and Emma Goldman were both advocates of disobedience to governmental authority, but disobedience of different types, and for different reasons. In my essay I will explain these differences. I will also explain my opinions on both King's and Goldman's positions and why I agree or disagree with them.
Martin Luther King lead the civil rights movement in the late 50's to late 60's. In 1963 he went to Birmingham, Alabama in a nonviolent campaign against racial segregation. He was tired of watching the injustice there. He said "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice eve…
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