1. What is the main theme of 'Civil Disobedience'?
(a) The role of politics.
(b) Religion in politics.
(c) Appropriate places to disobey.
(d) Moral responsibility.
2. When does Thoreau say a citizen should disobey?
(a) When the population gets too large.
(b) When the government is being immoral.
(c) All of these.
(d) When the country is at war.
3. Why was Thoreau put in jail?
(a) He freed a slave.
(b) He was drunk in public.
(c) He said something rude to a police officer.
(d) He refused to pay a tax.
4. What role does Thoreau challenge in 'Civil Disobedience'?
(a) The citizens.
(b) The slaves.
(c) The immigrants.
(d) The government.
5. What kind of government does Thoreau describe in 'Civil Disobedience'?
(a) A democracy.
(b) A socialist nation.
(c) A republic.
(d) A monarchy.
6. How does Thoreau say a citizen should disobey?
(a) Move away.
(b) Speak out in public.
(d) Withdraw support.
7. What does Thoreau say the best government will NOT do in 'Civil Disobedience'?
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