Lesson 2: Why did the Founders trust that individuals need government

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´╗┐Lesson 2: Why did the Founders trust that individuals require government? In this lesson, you will take in a portion of the Founders' most critical thoughts regarding our essential rights. You will take in the Founders' convictions about where these rights originated from You will realize why the Founders trusted that individuals must have government When you complete this lesson you ought to have the capacity to clarify the Founders' thoughts regarding our rights and the reasons for our legislature

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What were the originators' convictions about individuals' rights? The majority of the Founders trust that individuals have certain characteristic rights. Regular rights incorporate the rights to life, freedom, and property.

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Where do we get "characteristic rights?" All individuals have normal rights since they are people We are conceived with these rights No one can take these rights away

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List the three "common rights" and their importance Life is the privilege to live without dread of being harmed or executed by others Liberty is the privilege to be free. Cases: Right to accept what you wish, read what you need, talk openly, fly out wherever you need to go Property is the privilege to possess things, for example, books, a house, arrive, or a business. Your work or work is likewise your property.

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What issue do John Locke's thoughts help us all the more obviously get it? Locke was an Englishman who lived from 1632 to 1704. He was a "scholar" which implies he was an expert "mastermind" who expounded on his thoughts He expounded on characteristic rights. His thoughts help us comprehend the issue of ensuring the privileges of individuals.

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What is a "condition of nature?" Locke recommended that you envision living in a condition of nature. A condition of nature is a circumstance where there is no administration, no guidelines, no laws. Consider what your life would resemble in a condition of nature. What may be the favorable circumstances and detriments of living in a condition of nature? What may happen to individuals' rights? What may life resemble for everybody?

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You be the thinker: What might school resemble on the off chance that we lived in a condition of nature? Think what your classroom may resemble if there were no principles. Think what may happen if the instructor or the managers didn't have the privilege to advise anybody what to do. What awful things may happen at school?

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What did John Locke say may happen in the event that we lived in a condition of nature? Life would be extremely troublesome: Some individuals may attempt to take away other individuals' rights The more grounded individuals may compel the weaker individuals to do the things the more grounded individuals needed them to do People would have normal rights yet their rights would not be protected It would be difficult to carry on a sheltered, tranquil, and upbeat life in a condition of nature

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What was Locke's answer for the issues of living in a condition of nature? What did he propose that individuals do? He said individuals could make a social contract VOCAB: Define social get: an assention among the general population to set up a legislature VOCAB: Define assent of the administered: individuals consent to comply with the laws and the administration they make, they can no longer do whatever they need

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When individuals shape an administration they surrender some of their opportunity by consenting to comply with the administration's laws. What do they pick up consequently? They pick up security for their rights. Individuals would feel more secure than they did in a condition of nature. They may live more secure and more joyful lives

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What did the Founders trusted that the primary motivation behind government was? To secure individuals' rights to Life Liberty Property

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Homework for Tonight Read Lesson 3 of We the People (pp. 21-27) Answer the study control questions for Lesson 3 We will have a test on Lesson 3 tomorrow