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In his Second Treatise on Government, John Locke cites the ancient maxim "the reigns of good princes have been always the most dangerous to the liberties of their people.
Hutson's second conclusion--that Jefferson came to believe that traditional religion was important in the sense of essential to the morals of a republic--is also erroneous because of Jefferson's commitment to Lockean ideas, except that this time those ideas came from the Second Treatise on Government.