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Thomas Hobbes believed __________. A. people had the right to remove elected officials who failed to earn their trust B. people had the right to choose who led them C. kings should remain the sovereign authority D. government should be left to the wealthy and educated

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Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:35 AM

In hone of his works “The Leviathan”, he a considers citizens to be “wicked” and that they should not be trusted to govern. Hobbes thought a monarchy would be the best fit for government. The answer is C

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Which of the following government types would most likely have been supported by Thomas Hobbes?

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The correct answer here is to identify voters who will support their candidate.

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Door-to-door campaigning is a process and a method that has been used by a lot of different organizations because it allows for a more personalized and individualized contact so that messages can be conveyed in a more personal manner. But probably, one of the sectors that has used this method more is the political sector, especially during political campaigns. This is because it allows for candidates to, through their representatives, have closer contact with their potential voters, it allows for messages to be delivered directly to individuals, instead of in mass, which can also help convince those who are undecided, and most importantly, this method allows candidates to rally their voters, seem closer to them and generate a voter group who will support the candidate.

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What did Thomas Hobbes believe the relationship between people and the state should be? How did he believe people could escape war?

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The correct answer here is: This tactic has been used throughout history to draw attention to causes.

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Unfortunately, all throughout human history, not just in recent times, fear, and violence, have been used as weapons to move people politically and ideologically, from one side to the other. In ancient times, empires like the Greeks and Romans used their military power to force people to see things their way. Emperors, like Nero, or Caligula, to name a few, used both fear and violence to maintain the loyalty of their people to themselves. During the Middle Ages, this was also the norm. Feudal lords, and especially kings of newly arosen kingdoms, would use force, and fear, to maintain their people under their rule and not be challenged. In more recent times, after the French Revolution, Napoleon also used violence and fear to maintain people loyal to his political ideals for France, and avoid an upraisal of the earlier deposed heirs to the throne. During the Russian Revolution, fear, and violence were also used to maitain people´s loyalty towards the beliefs and principles of Communism, even when many had seen through them and wanted a change. Like these, there are many examples that show why the correct answer here is the one given above.

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