Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence with ideas based on John Locke's ideas from “The second Treatise on Government.” He said that people create government to defend human rights. The Founders did not imagine one nation, but more of an Oligarchy. The Republicanism theory root the idea of Democracy because today our Democracy has adopted some of their beliefs and have similarities. Both the Republicanism theory and the idea of Democracy's government are based on popular consent. The ideal Democracy's government does what the people want them to do and in the eighteenth century when the Framers beliefs are off of Republicanism. They feared that if the people were too active, it may take a wrong turn causing negative feedback, so the Founders wanted limited government.
In the end, the Creators that shaped the nation today wanted to secure our freedom from any form of government that would attempt to strip the people from their human rights. The political culture which the Founder had been a Republicanism Theory and it was the opposite from a Democracy. Those core-beliefs the Framers had adopted into today's ideal Democracy and brought more of a broad