Travel Ban Man was born free, but he is everywhere in chains.

By: Ethan Fraitzl

Rousseau would not have been someone to support the travel ban. He was not a fan of one person having all of the control. He believed that all people should be as equal as possible, and only people themselves can make their own decisions.

Even if each man could alienate himself, he could not alienate his children: they are born men and free; their liberty belongs to them and no one but they has the right to dispose of it.

Rousseau is a man to argue the fact that every human should be obligated to their own personal rights and well being. He would not have been someone who would have liked what Trump attempted to alienate those by creating a travel ban and not giving those people the rights they deserve. Most importantly Trump was taking the rights of those people and in Rousseau's oppinion that would not have been okay at all.


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