he was a philosopher who contributed lots to the Renaissance and is considered one of the main founders of modern political science
Although the idea of having three branches of government has its roots in ancient Greece and the Roman Republic, the modern version is attributed to French Enlightenment political philosopher, Baron de Montesquieu. His writings on the concept were probably most influential on America's Founders.
How does the Constitution mirror your founders fear of strong government?
That would be the wonderful John Locke. The English Philosopher of the seventeenth century. This particular line is found in his "Second Treatise of Government", an essay in which he outline how he thought a nation should be structured and what role government should play. His philosophy and language was borrowed extensively by the founders of the United States in the drafting of the Declaration of Independence.
is a written plan of government it was created by the founders of the us and it identifies the purpose of the us government is a written plan of government it was created by the founders of the us and it identifies the purpose of the us government is a written plan of government it was created by the founders of the us and it identifies the purpose of the us government
jefferson and hamilton
the founders believed in a strong national government!
The Founders thought the power of government could be limited by making the government only make certain laws and have a new president every four years.
founders of the united states
Colonial experiences under British rule had a profound effect on the Founders' views about rights and government. The Founders knew what it was like to live without liberty or representation in government. These insights are reflected in the US Constitution, particularly in the Bill of Rights.
The Articles of Confederation
I have no earthly idea
They wanted to mirror.
Socrates was an Athenian philosopher, and one of the founders of what is referred to as Western philosophy. He was from ancient Greece, along with early democracy.
good governments get their power from their people!