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According to the Declaration of Independence, when should the people have the right to change their government? A. When government officials don't leave office B. When a king doesn't protect their natural rights C. When the government doesn't protect their natural rights D. When a government wants to raise taxes
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According to the Declaration of Independence, the people should have the right to change their government: When the government doesn't protect their natural rights.
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