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The ideas of which famous political thinker are described below? The primary purpose of the state is to protect the rights of the citizen. No government can exist without the consent of the governed. Believed a system of checks and balances was necessary in government.
Weegy: John locke and his theology. His work formed the basis of the united states constitution and many other modern democratic countries. [ it also was derived from new sociological and psycological studies of the day wich locke actually made advancements in. he believed humanity was good natured but required some maintenance out of a general amnesty. hence the applliance of a chacks and balnces system within his ideal government model. he also did not believe that a country should be headed by some body personified as a father ruling over a subserviant family due to the negative connotations. ] (More)
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What did abolitionists do in response to the slave codes?
Weegy: abolitionists started Antislavery organizations and societies. They also went about speaking against slavery. Some abolitionists, like John Brown took it to the extremes by raiding and attacking families that had slaves. [ ] (More)
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In the judicial system, there are twelve District/County/Circuit/Supreme courts, which rank second highest in terms of authority.
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It is true that there are twelve Supreme courts which rank second highest in terms of authority in the judicial system.
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