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What unalienable rights does the Declaration say people have?


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2013-02-05 23:17:37
2013-02-05 23:17:37

All men are created equal, joe


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The way to say unalienable rights is UN-ALIEN-ABLE

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The three unalienable rights are: If youLifeLibertyPursuit of Happiness

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The U.S. Declaration of Independence 1776 wrote that every person had unalienable rights which were life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. So the writers of the Declaration of Independence were the ones who discovered this unalienable, but they mainly this idea was from John Locke who believe in natural rights which were life, liberty, and protection of property! I would say they writers of the Declaration of Independence got it from John Locke.

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The 3 "unalienable rights" mentioned by Thomas Jefferson in the American Declaration of Independence are: Life Liberty Pursuit of Happiness Note that Jefferson did not say that these are the ONLY unalienable rights; he said that these 3 are AMONG our rights. Unalienable, or inalienable rights are those that we human beings have just by our nature. They are not granted by govenment or any other institution, and they can not be taken away; they can only be violated.

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That the people should alter or to abolish it and to institute new government.


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