He expressed the radical view that government is morally obliged to serve people, namely by protecting life, liberty, and property. He explained the principle of checks and balances to limit government power. He favored representative government and a rule of law. He denounced tyranny. He insisted that when government violates individual rights, people may legitimately rebel. --Jim Powell at the Foundation for Economic Education.
Locke, Berkeley, and David Hume "The Empiricists", doubted that man could concieve in his mind that there was a God, unless that God placed the thought in the mind of the man. You're right, I did mean the 5th amendment
I'm really being dumb...I believe the "pursuit of happiness" is the Declaration of Independence rather than the 5th amendment