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Locke’s use of the term property (Points : 1) serves to stress the absolute sanctity of property. serves as a defense against the arbitrary exercise of power and authority.
dramatizes his commitment to natural law. means that a sovereign who seizes property for whatever reason automatically forfeits his right to govern
means that a sovereign who seizes property for whatever reason automatically forfeits his right to govern.
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User: Locke’s use of the term property (Points : 1) serves to stress the absolute sanctity of property. serves as a defense against the arbitrary exercise of power and authority. dramatizes his commitment to natural law. means that a sovereign who seizes property for whatever reason automatically forfeits his right to govern

Weegy: means that a sovereign who seizes property for whatever reason automatically forfeits his right to govern.
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User: Core to the notion of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in the Declaration of Independence is (Points : 1) human agency. pure unfettered liberty. the idea that government may never restrict your liberty. the concept of limited government.

User: Core to the notion of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in the Declaration of Independence is a. human agency. b. pure unfettered liberty. c. the idea that government may never restrict your liberty. d. the concept of limited government.

User: 4. American politics are rooted in a. Lassswell’s definition of politics. b. redistributing wealth from the rich to the poor. c. competing interpretations of core American values. d. a need to avoid all conflict.

Weegy: a. Lasswell?s definition of politics.
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