Trump vs Thoreau: A guide to Civil Disobedience

It was George Santayana that wrote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” And so it is necessary that we as a species capable of reflection learn from history. One such significant lesson can be seen in March of 1845, with the election of America’s 11th President, James K. Polk. You may not know very much about Polk, he isn’t as publicised as his fellow Presidents, but to outline…

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I am a young writer interested in providing the intellectual tools to those in the political trenches so that they may fight their battles well-informed.

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