The Declaration of Independence says that all Americans have unalienable rights. This means that these rights A) cannot be taken away from individuals. B) must be paid for through federal taxes. C) are granted only to citizens born in the United States. D) will not be given to citizens until they are eighteen years old.


A. (in·al·ien·a·bleinˈālēənəb(ə)l/ adjectiveadjective: inalienableunable to be taken away from or given away.) if your rights are inalienable they cannot be taken away

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