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What ideas were brought forth by John Locke’s Two Treatises of Civil Government?

(Select all that apply.)

religious freedom
checks and balances
social contract
natural rights

I googled this question, but I never really saw any clear answer, just a lot about religion and rights, which made me think that A and D were likely the answers, is this correct?

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    sorry, when I said 'any clear answer' it made it sound like I wanted a direct answer. Let me replace that to 'any clear EVIDENCE'.

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    Did you google his name?

    Here's one article I found:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Locke#Political_theory

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    So Locke had a 'theory of religious tolerance', so he didn't believe in religious freedom?

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    Be sure you read the first sentence in that first paragraph!

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    will do- and thank you!

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