Civil Disobedience


In civil disobedience ,

Thoreau says "under a government which imprisons any unjustly , the true place for a just man is also a prision," what is he saying?

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Thoreau is saying that an honest man's place is in jail when the government is corrupt. Honest men must stand up for truth. Unfortunately, they must pay a price for their honesty when the government they stand against is wrong.