locke and america

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Extrapolating on this, while this may be all good and well in Locke's eyes, it inherently impedes the ability of exclusive gain, as there is nothing protecting the individual's property. If the Americas are how all the world looked like before civilization, then this puts Locke in a position to argue the value of living in civil society...
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For the people in America, though they are free, are "rich in land, and poor in all the comforts of life" (25). Without protection from the state, the accumulation of property is impossible and therefore the people living in a state of nature do not enjoy "one hundredth part of what we enjoy" in a civilized society (26)...
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