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Prepare a defiance for the proposition that the Divine right of kings is necessary to good government.

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    Defiance? Or defense?

    What do you think?

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    Who says God appointed the family to be rulers? How do they know?

    The only effective governments are those that govern with the consent of the governed.

    Many kings were worthless rulers.

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