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Comparing Civil Disobediance and Black Like Me (Thoreau and Griffin)
It doesn't matter how Webster's dictionary defines justice, because there are so many ways to define it, and everyone seems to disagree on it. Henry David Thoreau and John Howard Griffin lived in different times, and places, yet they both developed unique, but similar views on the topic. Thoreau expresses his views on justice through Civil Disobedience, and Griffin puts these views into action in his book, Black Like Me.
In Civil Disobedience, Thoreau, at one point, says "Society killed Christ" (Thoreau, 2). What he really means is that decisions should be made justly by the human conscie…
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