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  1. ... quotes about him from Wikipedia : John Locke (29 August 1632...social theory. The Epitaph of John Locke Near this place...

    4 Answers · Education & Reference · 11/11/2008

  2. ... of Rights came from Natural Law something that Rousseau also espoused (but... by Locke). So I give credit to John Locke since he was the one who wrote...

    7 Answers · Politics & Government · 04/10/2012

  3. ...own, entered into some sort of negotiations with France.) John Adams signed into law the Alien and Sedition Acts - The Naturalization...

    1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 15/04/2009

  4. these might help? http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0859499.html http://www.historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=36&cid=7 (maybe try http://www.historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=36 too) http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whoweare/exhibits/marshall/index.htm good luck...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 14/06/2007

  5. ...ante worked best. According to the previous English law , all books had to have at least a printer's name (and preferably an...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 24/12/2008

  6. The Chrysalids by John Wyndham http://the-chrysalids.tripod.com/ http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/The_Chrysalids http://www.lowensteyn.com/litunits/chrysalids/intro.html

    1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 23/05/2009

  7. See, there is a lot of information on Wikipedia but not everything. If a particular article is not present why don't you put it? After all anyone can edit Wikipedia at any time.

    5 Answers · Computers & Internet · 10/07/2011

  8. John Locke was a libertarian. That means he believed that government's role ...refrain from doing things) "for your own good." Examples of this are drug laws , seat belt laws , laws prohibiting prostitution, and the drinking age. You get the...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 24/12/2008

  9. I would say because John Brown broke the law . And the leaders of the Confederate States ...

    2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 16/11/2010

  10. Yes. John Locke believed in Natural Law (http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Natural_ law ), and ... not subject to any higher law . "Hobbes argued that...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 12/09/2011

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