Individual Rights Day - August 29

John Locke is considered the father of liberalism and the democratic regime in modern times. He was an English philosopher who dealt with metaphysics, epistemology and political philosophy.
His most famous book, "Two Treatises of Government", written in the 80's of the 17th century, before the "Glorious Revolution" (1688), published by conducted without bloodshed.
Locke's doctrine greatly influenced the American liberal-democratic conception and the United States Constitution. On the enactment of laws that include individual rights, liberty, property, freedom of expression, freedom of religion and freedom to express opposition to the government.
Thomas Jefferson named him one of the three greatest people known to mankind.
He died on 28 Oct 1704.
The Day of Individual Rights was initiated by the founder of the Objectivist Party, Dr. Tom Stevens, who supports John Locke's philosophies regarding the rights of the smallest minority in society and the basic unit - the individual. Examining your state's commitment to protecting individual rights and assessing individual freedom of choice.

John Locke (1632-1704)

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