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In Gandhi's account, the person practicing civil disobedience:

Openly and civilly breaks an unjust law and quietly suffers the resulting penalty.
Must refuse compliance with all of that society's laws for the sake of consistency.
Is justified in retaliating against the abuses of the policy.
All of the above.

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