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The Right to Property Ownership
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This 7 page paper considers the views of Locke, Hobbes and Rousseau on the rights to property ownership, comparing them and considering their implications with the writer concluding with a view of which of the three they view as the most accurate. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEpropty.wps

Philosophy Related to Private Property
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This 7 page paper explores Locke's Hobbes, and Rousseau's ideas about private property. Social contract theory is explained. Fundamental differences and similarities between the philosophers are noted. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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The Lockean Foundations of Early American Political Thought: Locke, Bailyn and Greene on the Movement from Resistance to Revolution
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This 7 page paper provides an overview of some of the basic Lockean premises that set the foundation for the American Revolution, including Locke’s reflections on the political process, government control, and the concepts of power and liberty presented in his Two Treatise on Government. This paper also evaluates the assertions of Bernard Bailyn and Jack Greene, who reflected on the impact of Lockean premises that informed early opposition thinking and became the ordinary presumption of informed Americans in 1763. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MHlocke.wps

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