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Transcript of Essential Question
Rebellion was justified in Fahrenheit 451:
Page 36, Where the lady dies, because she couldn't read her books
When Montag burns Beatty
When Clarisse becomes Montag's inspiration
Rebellion was justified when
Britain made laws just to oppress the colonies: Quartering, Stamp, Sugar Act.
The Boston Tea Party 
Although, rebellion was not justified during the Boston Massacre.
When is rebellion justified?
Anti War Movement in Vietnam
Rebellion was justified when:
Students realized the war was immoral
When people found out that the war lacked any clear objective
The way the media portrayed this event
"Whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive at these ends, it is the Right of the People to abolish it."
-Declaration of Independence
“ If America's soul becomes totally poisoned, part of the autopsy must read "Vietnam." ”
— Martin Luther King Jr, 1967
In conclusion, rebellion is justified when the common good and individual rights are unbalanced and people try to balance them again, but in a proper manner.
Picture  and 
Bradbury, Ray, and Neil Gaiman. Fahrenheit 451. Simon & Schuster trade paperback
ed., 60th anniversary ed. New York: Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 2013. Print.
Garrigues, George. Men bearing signs to support troops in vietnam. N.d. N/A, San
Francisco. Wikipedia. Web. 
Gomez, Jeff. Montag incinirates Beatty. N.d. Jeff Gomez Gallery, N/A. Fahrenheit 451.
Web. 21 Nov. 2013. 
N/A. Taxes, Trade and Resistance. N.d. N/A, Boston Harbor. Learn NC. Web. 21 Nov.
N/A. Bunker Hill. N.d. National Archives, Washington DC 20408. Pictures of the
Revolutionary War. Web. 21 Nov. 2013.
N/A. Boston Massacre Trials. N.d. N/A, Kings Street, Boston. Famous American Trials.
Web. 21 Nov. 2013.
Colonial Resistance Grows. Garcia, Jesus, Donna M. Ogle, C. Frederick Risinger, Joyce
Stevens, and Withrop D. Jordan. “Chapter 6: The Road to Revolution.” Creating America: a history of the United States. Evanston, Ill.: McDougal Littell, 2001. 163-7. Print.
People Rebel. But the real question is...
Is it okay?