Civil Disobedience

What objection does Thoreau express concerning the military

What does he object and why?

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Thoreau argues that people in the military are marching and fighting not according to their own conscience but rather because they are part of an institution that forces them to. A man should have the right to fight or not fight regardless of being part of the military institution.