Protecting the rights for each human being

John Locke plaque

No two leaves of the world’s trees are alike, yet each person is unique and obtains universal human rights.

August 29, the Individual Rights Day was dated back to 1632 on the birth of an English philosopher John Locke, who was well-known as the “Father of Liberalism”. Locke first proposed that each human being has sovereign rights that should be under the protection of the government.

Later on, Dr. Tom Stevens, the founder of the Objectivist Party, became one of the supporters of Locke’s opinion regarding individual liberty and power.

This holiday is a celebration of Locke’s birthday while informing people to recognize their rights.

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