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In the liberalism of John Locke, political authority is based on: might makes right, conquest, divine right of kings, popular sovereignty.
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In the liberalism of John Locke, political authority is based on: might makes right, conquest, divine right of kings, popular sovereignty.
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Liberalism rests in a conception of equality whereby the government: must not choose one person’s good over another, must ensure that we all have the same possessions, must provide everybody with healthcare, must redistribute wealth in order to achieve fairness.
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