Political science,Liberty, Political authority, and social contracts,For Locke, the protection of private property serves as the foundation of natural law and human liberty; yet he justifies its regulation by government. For the federalists (particularly

For Locke, the protection of private property serves as the foundation of natural law and human liberty; yet he justifies its regulation by government. For the federalists (particularly Madison) attachment to private property also is natural and thereby requires governmental regulation. But in the two cases, proper government regulation assumes a different character. In this light, compare, contrast, and critically evaluate the views of Locke and the Federalists on the relation of private property to the nature of proper government. – Should have a particular theme or subject and an argument about the theme. – Both must be stated clearly at the beginning of the paper. -All quotations should be noted as such and cited in the text along with the reference in the text. – may use footnotes or endnotes -Sources: Hobbes Leviathan

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