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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 exist in the United States
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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