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Discipline: English

Question topic: Documents of Historical Foudational U.S

Source: Originais Teachy

Level of difficulty: Easy

(Originais Teachy 2023) - Question Easy of English

Consider the excerpt from the Declaration of Independence: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.' This sentence is often quoted in discussions about American values and beliefs. With your understanding of the historical, cultural, and social context of this document, explain the concept of 'unalienable Rights' as expressed in this excerpt and discuss how this concept reflects the fundamental principles of the United States. Remember, your answer should demonstrate your understanding of the language structure, grammar, and vocabulary used in this excerpt.
a.
The concept of 'unalienable Rights' refers to inherent rights that cannot be surrendered, sold, or transferred to someone else, reflecting the fundamental principles of the United States, such as the belief in the inherent equality of all people, the value of individualism, and the principle of limited government.
b.
'Unalienable Rights' refers to the rights that are granted by the government and can be altered or removed by the government.
c.
'Unalienable Rights' refers to the rights that are only applicable to certain groups of people, reflecting the principle of social hierarchy in the United States.
d.
'Unalienable Rights' refers to the rights that can be sold or transferred to someone else, reflecting the principle of free market in the United States.
e.
'Unalienable Rights' refers to the rights that are not inherent but are acquired through one's actions, reflecting the principle of meritocracy in the United States.

Answer:

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