'Rhetorical Analysis Of Civil Obedience'

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The passage from Civil Obedience was express with rhetorical and stylistic devices throughout his essay. The author opinion of government is the mode which only the people have chosent to execute their will. Throughout this essay this essay explains the refusal to obey certain laws. The tone of the author seems determined. He starts talking about how heartily he accepte the motto term, " That government is the bestwhivh governs not at all" He is trying to imply that a man needs to be prepared for it in order to have a government. Government shows how successfuly men can be imposed on. For an example, including themselves. If one were to judge these mens by the effect of their actions, they automatically deserve to be punish. Furthermore,
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