Natural Rights

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Natural Rights

“The 1960s version of the group included Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford, and, for a brief stint, Norman Fell. Marilyn Monroe, Angie Dickinson, Juliet Prowse, and Shirley MacLaine were often referred to as the "Rat Pack Mascots" The post-Bogart version of the group (Bogart died in 1957) was reportedly never called that name by any of its members – they called it the Summit or the Clan. "The Rat Pack" was a term used by journalists and outsiders, although it remains the lasting name for the group.” This group of people was known for being really classy gentlemen and respecting one another with the upmost respect. they dressed truely like gentlemen and always wore a suit believing they you have to "Dress for success." They believed that if you respect one another that your fellow patrons would equally respect you. Whether you were male or female you were treated like a human being. But if you soon decided to disrespect this group you would soon find to have a problem.

Pursuit of Happiness

According to natural rights theory, as described by philosophers such as John Locke, everyone is born with anequality of certain rights, regardless of their nationality. Since they come from nature or from God, natural rights cannot be justly taken away without consent.

~Movie quote~Christopher Gardner: Hey. Don't ever let somebody tell you... You can't do something. Not even me. All right?Christopher: All right.Christopher Gardner: You got a dream... You gotta protect it. People can't do somethin' themselves, they wanna tell you you can't do it. If you want somethin', go get it. Period.

Lasting Impact

The Rat Pack was not a sought after group, they were a group of people who believed in being chivalrous, not only repecting women and their selves but everyone around them.


-Bill of rights/Natural rights link-

Natural Rights

Rat Pack

BIll of Rights


All and all we believe that natural rights is the freedom to express yourself through many different ways such as how you dress, speak, look, act, believe, and think. It comes in many different shapes and forms and is a philosophy that would be a great benefit to society if followed by everyone.


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