Debating the rights and wrongs of civil disobedience
Posted on July 29th, 2011 by Rónán Kennedy
Something that can make for a good class is a debate. Here are two articles with different views on the sentencing of Tim DeChristopher (who bid on oil and gas leases as a form of protest):
This case, and the issues it raises, might make for a good starting point for discussion.
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