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6) How does Locke’s argument about tyranny compared to Jefferson’s argument? Locke's argument about tyranny compares to Jefferson's argument because they both mention that it goes against the natural rights of the people to abuse power of position. It is done out of ambition, revengue, selfishness and does not secure the rights of the people. 7) What does Locke argue is the consequence when government threatens the rights of the people? Locke argues that the consequences will be violence and disobedience if the government threatens the right of the people. That will create war with the people. Thinking Like A Political Scientist 1) How did John Locke define equality? What rights were all men entitled to in his state of nature? John Locke defined equality by stating that no one has more than another. Where all the power and jurisdiction is equal and shared amongst equally. All men are entitled to natural rights,
2) What, according to Locke, are the elements of the social contract? According to Locke, the elements of social contract are the securing of property, our safety, and the public good of the people. 3) In the Second Treatise, how did Locke come to the conclusion that men are equal in a state of nature? In the Second Treatise, Locke came to the conclusion that men are equal in the state of nature by stating that every man was born with inalienable natural rights. 4) Describe Locke’s reasoning regarding how governments were formed from a state of nature. Do you find his argument compelling? Explain. Locke's reasoning regarding how governments were formed from a state of nature is that these natural rights such transfer to the government to ensure safety and securing of the people. I find his argument compelling because it was a starting point for our rights. 5) What evidence was most useful to the author in supporting this claim? The evidence that was the most useful to the author to support this claim was mentioning the social contract and explain the rights of the people. 6) According to what you read in Jefferson and Locke, how are liberty and order balanced in the social contract? According to what i read from Jefferson and Locke, the social contract should include the inalienable right of the people, and the powers should be equal and just.

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