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  • Declaration Of The Rights Of Men
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    The Language of Rights The Declaration of the rights of man and the citizen, adopted on August 26, 1789, abolishing feudal rights, was one of the fundamental texts adopted by the Constituent Assembly formed in the wake of the meeting of the Estates General. The declaration of the rights of the women, composed in 1791 by Olympe de Gouges, a radical revolutionary women, denounced the unfair and unjustified treatment of women. Over the past centuries, historians have been separated in their opinion...
  • Its Liberty By The Same Right
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    Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a fascinating individual whose unorthodox ideas and passionate prose caused a flurry of interest in 18th century France. Rousseau's greatest work were published in 1762 -The Social Contract. Rousseau society itself is an implicit agreement to live together for the good of everyone with individual equality and freedom. However, people have enslaved themselves by giving over their power to governments which are not truly sovereign because they do not promote the general w...
  • Free And Equal In Rights
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    ... der that the acts of the legislative power, as well as those of the executive power, may be compared at any moment with the objects and purposes of all political institutions and may thus be more respected, and, lastly, in order that the grievances of the citizens, based hereafter upon simple and incontestable principles, shall tend to the maintenance of the constitution and redound to the happiness of all. Therefore the National Assembly recognizes and proclaims, in the presence and under t...
  • Social Contract The Subjects Liberty
    481 words
    Thomas Hobbes in his book Leviathan, during the course of his argument about the social contract we make to surrender our rights of nature a sovereign in exchange for order and peace touches the subject of liberty. Hobbes defines liberty as the absence of opposition (by opposition, I mean external impediments of motion). (Ch 21, p. 136). In his argument, Hobbes claims that this state of liberty is mans natural state in which man fully exercises his rights of nature. Hobbes claims that this state...
  • Libertarian Viewpoint
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    Poverty in the United States has long been a social, political, and human rights issue. Few people would say that it is not our moral duty, as social human beings to take care of those less fortunate than ourselves, to the best of our ability. I say "few" because there are some people out there who believe that we have no moral obligation to do anything outside of ourselves. These types of people have what is called a "libertarian" viewpoint. There is really no specific definition of "libertaria...
  • Natural Rights And Liberties
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    New thinking and writings that came out of the Enlightenment period much influenced the ideology of the American colonists. Perhaps most important was John Locke and his essays on the Treatise of Government and Concerning Human Understanding. Locke argued that people had natural rights and liberties that allowed man to do whatever he wanted to do without the arbitrary or absolute power of another man. In this state of natural right, people were allotted the basic rights of life, liberty, and pro...
  • Importance Of Liberty To The American Culture
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    1. Explain the importance of Liberty, Equality and property in the American Culture... 2. Analyze and discuss the comprehensive function of the "Electoral College". Give reasons why the " Electoral College " should continue to be the deciding factor in the U.S. Presidential elections, or should it be discontinued. 3. Discuss the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Explain the nature of the problems of gender based discrimination in the workplace, and the importance of Title VII. 4. Discuss the "Rights of...
  • Aclu's Job
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    The American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California The ACLU's purpose is to protect all people's civil liberties. Even if the person doesn't have in money. The ACLU NC was founded in 1934 during the General Strike to protect striking longshoremen from Police brutality. This chapter of the ACLU is based in San Francisco. Now days the ACLU is involved of some one the most important issues of today, such as reproductive rights, immigration, abolishment of the death penalty, and Gay and Lesbi...

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