Social Studies

Question

In The Spirit of the Laws (1748), __________ argues that any government, if it is to protect the liberty of its citizens, needs __________. A. Rousseau . . . a strong legislature B. Montesquieu . . . a separation of powers C. Locke . . . a strong monarch to serve as a father figure D. Filmer . . . a constitution in which rights are explicitly outlined

2 Answer

  • In the Spirit of the Laws (1748), Montesquieu argues that any government, if it is to protect the liberty of it's citizens, needs a separation of powers. He states that the executive, legislative, and judicial functions of the government should be assigned to different bodies.
  • Answer:

    The answer is B basically

    Explanation:

    B. Montesquieu . . . a separation of powers