Which of the following statements about Thomas Hobbes and John Locke is not correct? A. Both John Locke and Thomas Hobbes wrote about the social contract that they imagined forming the first governments. B. Hobbes argued that because the "general will" of the people was for freedom, the people as a whole should force individual citizens to conform to the general will. C. Thomas Hobbes argued that life in the state of nature was "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short." D. John Locke argued that humans had natural rights that included "life, liberty, and property." E. All of these statements are correct.
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