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Noncompliance is generally viewed as wrong or a negative demonstration, yet Wilde asserts that disobedience is a valued quality. Throughout history, demonstrations of civil disobedience have helped societies develop and assert a strong reassessment of social ethics. The U.S. Civil Rights compelled by Martin Luther King Jr. and his followers, the American Revolution, and the Germanic Tribe Wars have valued the trait of defiance and develop the significance of disobedience. The civil disobedience of these societies created countless rebellions, uprisings, and protests; particularly because of unjustly actions and unbalanced governments. Defying oppressive principles, helped many societies to obtain progression through rebellions in order to promote a different perspective on mandated rules and prosper from change.. Martin Luther King Jr. promoted disobedience against racial discrimination and laws in order for African Americans to gain the civil freedom they desired. Even with unlawful punishments, defiance drove African Americans to act upon their pursuit of equality. The rebellion against the suppression of African Americans changed the course of history and promoted change in how society treats people with different skin colors. The constant protest against unjust laws created an overpowering voice against racism to American’s hearts and the world. Martin Luther King Jr.’s promotion of change brought a new perspective in how races of different colors treat one another despite their differences. This rebellion shook the core of all societies’ around the world to promote a change against immoral actions.Through defiance, George Washington was able to rise up the 13 Colonies against the oppressive tax laws of Great Britain and declare independence. The American Revolution changed how societies view their dominating government and development in checks and balances. George Washington led Americans to rebel in order for Americans to govern themselves and declare their own independence from the monarchy. With the American Revolution, it promotes change to future societies under suppression to rebel and question their authority. The disobedience of the Americans created one of the most powerful countries to be known in history and show how significant change can be. Throughout the world, the American revolution led other societies to revolt and change the course of history. Without disobedience, the variation of cultures would have never been developed rather would have been destroyed.The Roman Empire was known as one of the most powerful factions to control a portion of the world. Disobedience and rebellion soon crush the Roman Empire due to the suppressive authority over small Germanic tribes. The outrageous taxation and suppression of the Germanic tribes finally led one roman general, Arminius, to defy against the power of Rome and ultimately led to the Roman Empire downfall. Arminius commerced multiple Germanic tribes to form up in rebellion against the Roman Legionnaires. The Germanic Rebellion led an outcry to other suppressed countries to stand up. Due to this rebellion, the Roman Empire collapse, and many factions develop new cultures and traditions. From the disobedience of the Germanic tribes, came the new development of countries and languages envelop throughout the world and influence the future. Disobedience led society and people to question authority and rules. Through the valuable trait of disobedience, the history of humans were able to promote progression with disobedience. Only then can disobedience and rebellions change the course of history for the betterment of societies. Disobedience teaches individuals that they have the moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws and have the ability to refuse what is wrong. Civil disobedience enabled millions of others to have a possibility at a better life due to the persecution they overcome and the establishment of defiance against unjust principles.