I say that morality trumps law in that I think doing the morally rightact is always at least our prima facie obligation. And I hold that obeyingsome bad laws in some circumstances is a worse breach of morality and dutythan obeying them until they can be changed. And in those cases, the lawought not to be obeyed. A law, for example, that required you to take thelife of an innocent person ought not to be obeyed if there is not timeto change it first. That is not something you follow and then change afterward.


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