“John Locke summarized natural human rights in 1689, in his Second Treatise of Government. He stated that all humans have three inalienable rights from nature: the right to exist, the right to live free, and the right to property. These rights are natural because no one is forced to comply with them, nor do they require one to do anything. The fact that these laws are trampled on by other people and governments repeatedly does not mean they don’t exist.
What Year Did Healthcare Become a Natural Right?
“Sanders to make healthcare a human right, he could only do so by forcing that ‘right’ on all of us.“