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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?

asked by Rylee
  1. 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'.

    posted by Rylee
  2. Did you google his name?

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

    posted by Writeacher
  3. So Locke had a 'theory of religious tolerance', so he didn't believe in religious freedom?

    posted by Rylee
  4. Be sure you read the first sentence in that first paragraph!

    posted by Writeacher
  5. will do- and thank you!

    posted by Rylee
  6. My teacher will not allow us to use wikipedia,

    posted by Gregory

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