In 1689, John Locke wrote that individuals had the right to "life" and "liberty." Soon, his ideas spread across the world and helped create a new system of rule. In this engaging biography, readers learn about the inspiring life of John Locke and his role in the Enlightenment. Featuring brilliant images and fascinating facts, this book will have readers engaged as they learn about such topics as the Glorious Revolution and empiricism. This book also includes text features like a table of contents, glossary, and index, as well as an in-class writing activity to further students' understanding of John Locke's work.