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Table 17: Comparison of Just and Unjust Law References in King’s Letter
|Just Law||Unjust Law|
|Any law that uplifts human personality is just.||Any law that degrades human personality is unjust.|
These two rows represent a balanced discussion. Therefore, since the author squares the ideas, you should also do the same.
1) Locate additional sentences where King discusses “just laws” and “unjust laws.”
2) As a group, construct a table similar to Table 17. Place the sentences under their respective columns.
3) Evaluate the sentences in light of the context King provides.
4) Develop a one-paragraph analysis based upon your discussion of King’s work.
Click here for “Table 18: King’s Discussion of Just Law and Unjust Law in Table Form.”
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