Travel Ban to the U.S “These laws also ought to be designed for no other end ultimately, but the good of the people."

By Andrew Becker

Specifically, he believed in democracy and equal rights and the doctrine of power. John Locke would be against the travel ban in the U.S because he believed everybody needed to be treated fair and lucky. "If Government fails to fulfill the end for which it was established the preservation of the individual's right to life, liberty, and property, the people have a right to dissolve that government." He argues that even if a certain group of people have done bad things it doesn't mean that all are bad. In other words, if you don't want bad people, don't let them in. “The true rebels are the magistrates who, acting contrary to the trust granted them, violate the people's rights." Try to imagine imagining getting into a country where nobody wants you, Locke would say NO travel ban.


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