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Q: Unalienable rights: A. belong to the government only. B. belong to individuals but can be denied by government. C. belong to individuals and cannot be denied by government. D. do not
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A: Unalienable rights belong to individuals and cannot be denied by government.
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Unalienable rights belong to individuals and cannot be denied by government.
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