Where Thomas Jefferson Got the Declaration of Independence From

Where Thomas Jefferson Got the Declaration of Independence From
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  • John Locke: Of course, the most important "natural rights" would be the right of life, liberty, and property.
  • Thomas Jefferson: Hmm... He has such good ideas. I'm still working on the Declaration of Independence as well.
  • I've got it! I'll just use some of his ideas and claim them to be my original ideas, and no one will ever know.
  • Yes... It's the perfect diabolical plan. Ha ha ha...
  • So, kids, the next time you feel guilty for slightly or even completely stealing an idea from someone that you look up to, just remember that... there's probably been worse.
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