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How did Thoreau’s general opinion of government relate to his imprisonment, as described in "Civil Disobedience"? A. He believed that government was corrupt and that he was justified in not paying his taxes despite being put in prison. B. He believed that government was dishonest and that his imprisonment could affect major governmental decisions. C. He believed that government was a positive force and that his imprisonment could improve the relationship between the government and the people. D. He believed that government was helpful to any society and that the reasons for his own imprisonment were just.

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The answer is A. He believed that government was corrupt and that he was justified in not paying his taxes despite being put in prison. I hope I was able to answer your question. Have a good day and thank you.

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