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This English philospher of the Enlightenment, who lived from 1632 to 1704, argued against the divine right of kings, and that people have a right to change a government that fails to respect or protect their individual rights of life, liberty and property.

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Question Stats: 
17th Century History (1600-1699)
Question Difficulty Score (QDS):
-70
Question Difficulty Rank (QDR):
44
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6 (66.7% correct)
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