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24 January, 04:02

To say that the rights to life, liberty, and property are inalienable means that they

A. are protected by the Constitution

B. belong only to citizens.

C. are subject to government approval

D. cannot be given up or taken away.

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  1. 24 January, 04:13
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    D. cannot be given up or taken away

    i got a 100% on the EOC not to flex so im 100% postive in my answer good luck
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