Selected Works of John Locke

  1. HTML Version 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).
  2. HTML Version Text Version A Letter Concerning Toleration, John Locke (1689) — Classic statement of the case for toleration of those holding different views.
  3. HTML Version Text Version Second Treatise on Government, John Locke (1690) — Principal proponent of the social contract theory which forms the basis for modern constitutional republican government.
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