How do Thomas Jefferson's unalienable rights compare with the natural rights expressed by john locke?


Insistence on the inalienability of rights was a way of opposing such contracts, and it was this opposing conception-the idea of rights held in trust and the right-bearer as steward rather than owner of his rights-that triumphed in works of MORE?

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