The right to property and seperation of powers

The right to property and seperation of powers

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  • Once there was a poor peasant. He had barely any land to work with and was extremely poor.
  • Lord Hughes has such a big farm. I should talk to him about giving me some land.
  • Why do I have only this much land? I can barely grow anything.
  • Angry, he went to Lord Hughes farm to complain about the situation. He was astonished at the size of the farm.
  • What are you doing here? Get lost or I will tell my master!
  • I am here to talk to your master, take me to him at once.
  • Lord Hughes got scared at the tone of his voice. He told the peasant everything he wanted to know.
  • It was King Louis who gave me all this land. Talk to him if you want more land.
  • I demand to know why you have so much land!
  • The peasant told the king all of his issues. The king felt very guilty listening to him. He realized his people would be happier if we distributed land and the government's power.
  • Why are you so unequal in distributing the property? Power needs to be equally distributed as well! We need separation of powers. It will make everyone happier
  • I haven't heard of such a thing. Your idea may actually work...
  • The king was determined to make this change so he did in front of this peasant. He split up his power in three branches.
  • We will have three branches: Legislative, Judiciary and Executive.
  • The king listened to this peasant and made sure land was distributed equally and he didn't have too much power. The peasant lived happily with his wife in that farm.
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