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pol 140 essay 2 - Becky Gibas Rousseau believed no one had...

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Becky Gibas Rousseau believed no one had the authority to make someone do  something unless it was the authority of the people as a whole. Essay 2/ Question two Pol 140 How could a man or people seize a vast territory  and keep out the rest of  the human race except by a criminal ursurption-since the action would rob the rest  of mankind of the shelter and food  that nature has given them all in common.”-  (Rousseau pg 67)  Rousseau emplies that this is a violation of the “social contract.”  Beleiving man lives in a society that oppressed people of their natural birthrights.  Also believing society does nothing to enact or enforce the freedom and equality  that every individual of society should have, he writes the book The Social   Contract However, what is the social contract? How does it three enacters :the 
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