Civil Disobedience

According to Thoreau, is civil disobedience a duty under the circumstances he provides. how does this speak to our time. is the essay dated?

is it still relevant?

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Civil Disobedience will never become obsolete. Man has always oppressed each other in some way. Opposition against the status quo and legal law is a fundamental right of people. Non-violent civil disobedience is often more effective than violent methods. Like Gandhi, Thoreau, or Martin Luther King, people must also be willing to accept the consequences of their quest for change.