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According to the principle of self-determination, what is the only legitimate basis for the formation of a state? A. the nation B. patriotism C. hereditary rule D. inalienable rights
According to the principle of self-determination, inalienable rights is the only legitimate basis for the formation of a state.
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According to the principle of self-determination, inalienable rights is the only legitimate basis for the formation of a state.

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