anonymous
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Writer John Locke believed that government may rule because the citizens consent must protect people’s natural rights has final authority over citizens must be divided into three separate branches
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barreraA
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The English philosopher John Locke (1632-1704) believed that all people had rights that no government could take away. He expressed three of them as "life, liberty, and property." He believed that government should be run by the governed for their benefit. @geny55
anonymous
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barreraA
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idk thts all i got @geny55
anonymous
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what do you think it is?
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idk let me see
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