Thoreau's Code Of Disobedience

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Purely in terms of common sense and logic, I do not believe that a society can be created solely based on the ideals that Thoreau has stated in his essay. Thoreau claims that one has not only a right, but a duty to disobey the government if one doesn’t believe in its system of rule.
Although I agree with his statements, I cannot see past that action of rebellion. What would happen after the people unite to stop recognizing said government? What binds the multitudes of people together after the single thread of disobedience disappears? There is always the obvious question of how order will be maintained, and the act of establishing an institution that will keep everyone satisfied enough to prevent the same issue from occurring again. I would
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