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1, He called for a campaign of civil disobedience if the president did not honour the election results.
2, The opposition threatened a campaign of civil disobedience.
3, Civil disobedience, violent or non-violent, is intentional law breaking.
4, We would not endorse civil disobedience.
5, This was true civil disobedience rather than mere non-co-operation.
6, Do we intend to commit civil disobedience?
7, Non-cooperation and civil disobedience, as Gandhi understands them, can not be construed as a coercive threat in this sense.
8, That there are risks associated with civil disobedience no one would deny, and among them is the risk of anarchy.
9, In the 1960s, King and others used civil disobedience to fight institutional segregation in the South.
10, He was prepared to cancel his plans for civil disobedience and wanted to discuss the matter with the Viceroy.
11, Would he desist from civil disobedience if he were convinced?
12, Since the civil disobedience began, the palace had also been surrounded by armoured carriers and remote crowd-control vehicles.
13, Both non-cooperation and civil disobedience imply some form of resistance to unjust laws, and could result in imprisonment for those involved.
14, A resolution approving the civil disobedience movement had been passed.
15, Thoreau wrote a famous essay justifying civil disobedience.
16, Leading academics and journalists have threatened civil disobedience.
17, Much of the subsequent civil disobedience was directed against London's Metropolitan Police,(http://sentencedict.com/civil disobedience.html) which in recent years has experienced prickly relations with the city's Afro-Caribbean community.
18, This form of civil disobedience isn't a particularly new phenomenon.
19, Tanzania's police, who rarely confront civil disobedience, have tear-gas sed rowdy opposition rallies.
20, The civil disobedience theory of Rawls is deeply rooted in the western natural law tradition.
21, Gandhi and Martin Luther King both led campaigns of civil disobedience to try to persuade the authorities to change their policies.
22, If he fasted, he was released from jail; if he attempted civil disobedience, he was back in again.
23, The Congress instructed its members and friends to withdraw from the legislatures, and sanctioned civil disobedience and nonpayment of taxes.
24, It had to be a battle in which his side would fight with a special kind of weapon: civil disobedience.
25, In Pittsburgh, there were a few sit-ins, invasions of churches, minor civil disobedience.
26, The week I spent in the ashram this energy and passion were driving Gandhi toward another campaign of civil disobedience.
27, At the first and largest rally a prominent opposition leader, Vuk Draskovic, called for a campaign of civil disobedience.
28, An Army veteran, Stefanoff prides himself on his lack of law enforcement experience and on his record of civil disobedience.
29, A dog can bite you but you must not bite the dog! Your every movement in life must be peaceful; otherwise you lose your ethical superiority! Nonviolent civil disobedience is a genius; no power can beat it; use it when necessary! Mehmet Murat ildan
30, Nothing in their training or previous experience had accustomed them to this kind of civil disobedience.
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