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In "civil disobedience," what is thoreau’s last thought about the state before he loses respect for it? he finds the state’s industrious locking of the cell door amusing. he thinks the state can’t tell its friends from its enemies. he thinks the state is half-witted. he finds the state unforgivably timid

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