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Why did Hobbes argue that citizens should form a social contract with their government?

Citizens would be able to have increased liberty.
Citizens would be able to engage in war with other countries.
Citizens would be able to work individually without any support.
Citizens would be able to form governments that ensure their interests.

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The correct answer is " Citizens would be able to form governments that ensure their interests." The idea of a social contract involves citizens of a country giving up some of their individual liberties (aka freedoms) so that the government can make society safer. Hobbes argued that this social contract, despite the fact that it limits individual freedoms, will benefit citizens because they have the opportunity to pick their leaders who will make laws based around their wants/needs.


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