What Happens When Immoral Laws Aren’t Challenged?

If “the law” allows the buying-and-selling of people, who then become free laborers for others, money is made from kidnapping and human trafficking. When the business is lucrative for many people, those who oppose such activities could be in the minority.

If people who oppose immoral laws are in the minority, their lobbying efforts to challenge the law may “fall on deaf ears.” The deaf ears exist because people who make the laws often prefer to please the majority of people.

What happens if everyone just “goes along” with an immoral law?  

If individuals harmed by such a law have no power to change it, how would the law ever get changed?  

If an immoral law doesn't impact you - or someone you love - is it realistic to expect that you'd do anything to bring about change?  Why, or why not?

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