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All of the following are individual rights specifically stated in the Declaration of Independence EXCEPT a. life c. liberty b. property d. the pursuit of happiness
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God gives certain people the right to govern is NOT included in the Declaration of Independence.

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All of the following are individual rights specifically stated in the Declaration of Independence EXCEPT: property.

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Which idea is NOT included in the Declaration of Independence a. People have certain natural rights. b. God gives certain people the right to govern. c. Government can exist only with the people's permission. d. The people may change or abolish the government
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God gives certain people the right to govern is NOT included in the Declaration of Independence.


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