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Debate: Individual right to conscientious objection

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Should individuals have a right to conscientious objection, including the right to refuse to support injustices?

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Conscientious objection is a form of civil disobedience, in which the conscience of an individual causes them to determine that they cannot support certain government actions, to to object, often by non-compliance. Do individuals have a right to such conscientious objection?

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