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4. Gandhi says, “No clapping hands is possible without two hands to do it, and no quarrel without two persons to make it.” How does this compare to a ruler and his dominion? How does this connect with King’s beliefs? Thoreau’s?
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5. According to Gandhi, what laws will his people not obey? How does this connect with King’s beliefs? Thoreau’s? 6. How will Gandhi’s people respond to the punishment? Why? How does this connect with King’s beliefs? Thoreau’s? Name_______________ Connecting Martin Luther King and Mohandas Gandhi to Emerson and Thoreau Directions: Read “ from Letter from a Birmingham City Jail” on page 245. Use the questions below as a focus for your reading and annotating. When you are finished reading, answer the questions below. 1. According to King, when is a law just? When is a law unjust? Would Thoreau agree or disagree with these ideas? 2. Highlight/underline examples of unjust laws King mentions in his letter. 3. According to King, how must one break an unjust law? Would Thoreau agree or disagree with this idea? 4. Does King believe laws are important? Explain. Would Thoreau agree or disagree with this idea?

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