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How did the political ideas of Jean-Jacques Rousseau compare to those of John Locke? A. Both believed in the theory of a social contract. B. Both believed that individuals were corrupted by society. C. Both condemned the idea of individuals having the rights of life, liberty, and property." D. Both were fearful of revolution.

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