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mrs t's 4.3 ideas that influenced the constitution

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the Mayflower Compact, Fundamental Orders of Connecticut and Virginia House of Burgessses all influenced the united states constitution
annual meetings of congress can be traced to the English bill of rights
the free enterprise system was encouraged by the Constitution through the allowance for ownership of private property
the principle that government should protect individual liberties of the citizens can be traced to the English bill of rights
the founders wanted the privilege of Habeas Corpus not to be suspended unless rebellion or invasion of public safety was their way of balancing individual freedoms with the needs of the country
John Locke believed the role of the government was to preserve the rights of the people
Charles de Montesquieu developed the concept of separation of powers
the Mayflower Compact established the policy of self government in America
the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut is considered the first document for the foundation of self government
John Locke also influenced the Founding Fathers with his avocation of the separation of church and state
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