True Liberalism through the Eyes of a Marxist
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This paper explains and contrasts the theories of John Locke, an early proponent of the ideas of Liberalism, and those of Marxists who believes that there are no innate natural rights ensuring individual liberty and that it is the work of the bourgeois to use this ideology instead to justify their own rights.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Locke, John. The Second Treatise on Civil Government. Prometheus Books. Amherst, New York. 1986.
- Marx, Karl, Engels, Frederick. The German Ideology. International Publishers. New York. 2004.
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