The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, John Locke (1669) — Proposed constitution for the Carolinas, which then covered much of the territory from what became Virginia through Georgia. It was rejected by the colonial lords proprietors (assembly).
A Letter Concerning
Toleration, John Locke (1689) — Classic statement of the case for
toleration of those holding different views.
Second Treatise on
Government, John Locke (1690) — Principal proponent of the social
contract theory which forms the basis for modern constitutional republican