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What is a key philosophy in the Declaration of Independence?
People have "certain unalienable rights"
What is another word for a person's beliefs or ideas?
Philosophy/Philosophies
What is another word for inherent?
Natural
What are the "certain unalienable rights" that people have?
life, liberty, pursuit of happiness
What does "certain unalienable rights" mean?
rights that can not be taken away
What was one of John Locke's ideas ?
People have natural rights to life, liberty, and property.
What was one of John Locke's ideas?
Government is created to protect the rights of people and has only the limited and specific powers the people consent to give it.
What was a key philosophy in the Declaration of Independence?
People establish government to protect those rights?
What led to a desire for independence and democratic government in the American colonies?
New political ideas