I really enjoy reading historical books.
John Locke was read by almost everyone in America in the 1700s including all the founding fathers, which by the way was one of the most literate periods in history!
In the Second Treatise, Locke lays down the theory of natural law and how it relates to the individual as well as to government.
This is the standard Laslett edition slightly corrected by Mark Goldie with the capitalization modernized at half the price. Read morePublished 2 months ago by be serious
Today, as it is seems our form of government is beginning to frail us, it is useful to go back and examine what the Founders were trying to accomplish in the first place. Read morePublished 2 months ago by W. Sid Vogel
I am so embarrassed to be part of a nation that is so greedy as to want the government to do everything for them at the expense of their neighbors who earn a living. Read morePublished 3 months ago by PopModal.com
This was an inspiring book to read! I now have a clearer understanding of the principles that inspired the Founding Fathers. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joseph Shumway
I really enjoy reading historical books. Our language has become very downgraded, so it takes a bit of brain work, which is good for me. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joyous
If you want to understand the Philosophy of America as it was understood by the Founders of the United States, this is a "must read."Published 7 months ago by ThomasHooToo
This book lost me in the first few pages.
Overly wordy, and unenjoyable to read to the extent I stopped.
The other John Locke stories we way way better.
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Nice little book. It was required for my philosophy midterm, otherwise I wouldn't have bought it. You can download it for free from other websites, but if you want something... Read morePublished 10 months ago by 99