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In John Locke s social contract, we (Points : 1) submit to the absolute authority of the sovereign. donate all our property to the aristocracy. can rebel against the sovereign whenever we want. exchange our absolute liberty for political freedom.
Weegy: In John Locke's social contract, we exchange our absolute liberty for political freedom. [ "we gain civil rights in return for accepting the obligation to respect and defend the rights of others, giving up some freedoms to do so." ] User: In John Locke’s social contract, we (Points : 1) submit to the absolute authority of the sovereign. donate all our property to the aristocracy. can rebel against the sovereign whenever we want. exchange our absolute liberty for political freedom. Weegy: In John Locke's social contract, we exchange our absolute liberty for political freedom. [ "we gain civil rights in return for accepting the obligation to respect and defend the rights of others, giving up some freedoms to do so." ] User: . Harold Lasswell defined politics as (Points : 1) “the mobilization of bias.” “peaceful resolution of conflict.” “who gets what, when, and how.” “socialization of conflict.” Weegy: Harold Lasswell defined politics as ?who gets what, when, and how.? [ ] (More)
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Harold Lasswell defined politics as (Points : 1) “the mobilization of bias.” “peaceful resolution of conflict.” “who gets what, when, and how.” “socialization of conflict.”
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In federalism, the national government (Points : 1) is subordinate to the states. shares power and authority with the states. can force the states to do what it wants. can choose the states’ governing officials.
Weegy: In federalism, the national government shares power and authority with the states. [smile] (More)
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