John Locke’s Second Treatise on Government, which was written to justify The Glorious Revolution of 1689, in which James II was deposed and William of Orange and Mary Stewart became joint monarchs in his place, and which, nearly a century later provided the theoretical underpinnings of the American Revolution.

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