Quakers Rock the 17th Century

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JOHN LOCKE (to audience):

I was born in Wrington, Somerset, in 1632. I’ll tell you my problem, and that’s authority. You have this King…why is he King? Because his father was a King. Does that make him good? Does that make him right? And do you think this Cromwell character is any better? I look forward to the day when we have legitimate authority…when we only have the government that we elect. Perhaps in the colonies, maybe, do you think? Ah, I’ll be ok. I’m going to Oxford, to be a doctor, but I can’t help thinking about it, you know?

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