Question: English & Literature

how does Gandhi justify disobeying the laws?
In English & Literature | Asked by weenie93
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Gandhi justifies disobeying the law because he seeks justice for all humanity.  He protests and fights the lack of justice and equality the existing laws enforce.  Laws that are unfair.  If no one stood up and said slavery and the Jim Crow laws were unjust, we would still have slavery and segregation in the US.  He seeks equality and justice for all humanity.  When those laws, do not meet these ideals we should take action.
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