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John Locke's idea of government was based on equality. In John Locke's State of Nature all people were equal and independent, and none had a right to harm another's "life, health, liberty, or possessions". He believed that in this state of nature, every human being were equal and no one having more than another. This state was formed by social contract because in the state of nature each was his own judge and people followed natural laws. John Locke believed in "peace and preservation of all mankind." He also believed that the reason why man would give up his freedoms to enter into a soci…
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