Civil Disobedience, and Other Essays

In the opening passages of Civil Disobedience, what is Thoreau's attitude toward government?

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Thoreau believed that Civil Disobedience should be exercised when governements overrule or do not make ethical decisions. If a person does nothing, says nothing, then that person(s) are just as guilty as those committing the injustice.