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Ben Calvert Extra Credit 4) Pg. 114 How does the writer of this document define freedom & slavery? What are his arguments for allowing men without property to vote? He believes for every one to be free they need to have the right to vote. If only the people who have land are allowed to vote then the people who do not have land are slaves. To him if a person does not have the right to vote and are being told to do things by people who they did not vote for then you are a slave. He argues that even the men who do not have land they have a “life, liberty, and a right to his earnings, and is in danger of being injured by government in a variety of ways”; so to him he believes they should also have the right to vote. 5) Pg. 117 Why does Jefferson consider religious liberty one of the “natural rights of mankind”? What is the bill’s main argument for religious freedom? He believes this because to him “God hath created the mind free” and to force someone to believe something that they do not believe is taking away that persons natural
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