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John Locke believed that if government does not protect natural rights, then..

a) Citizens know the government is working because they have safety.

b) It breaks the social contract and people can create a new government.

c) Citizens should combine the parts of the government into a single branch.

d) It must have a good reason for doing so and citizens should not complain.

I think it's A, am I right?

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    ... if government does not protect natural rights ... <~~Emphasis on "not"

    Rethink ...

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    Oh yeah. I read it wrong, so it's B then since none of the other answers don't make since?

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    Correct

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    a

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    yep sorry it is b

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    B is correct, I'm in 8th grade, I learned this in 6th grade... B is right.

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