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Which these philosophers believed that in a world without government, life would be "nasty, brutish, and short?" Hobbes
Which these philosophers believed that without government, people would still follow a "natural law" because they would naturally know that it was wrong to kill or harm others for no reason. Locke
This philosopher believed that you should disbey laws that force you to do something that goes against your conscience. Thoreau
This philosopher emphasized freedom of opinion and thought - that all opinions should be allowed to be expressed, even if they were unpopular or held by only a few. Mill
Who is in charge of the executive branch? President
Who must approve treaties in the United States government? Senate
Who officially has the power to declare war in the United States government? Congress
Who decides what the country's foreign policy will be and negotiates treaties in the United States government? The President and the Executive Branch
Which of the following is not a role of the President of the United States? Speaker of the House
This included the principle that all people, including the king, must follow the law. Magna Carta
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