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Q: 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
A: 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." ]
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