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difference between unalienable and inalienable rights

There seems to a fear of unalienable rights in favor of inalienable rights which one can surrender. A good discussion can be had at
http://www.gemworld.com/USA-Unalienable.htm
Nearly everyone seems to rewrite the Declaration of Independence when quoting it.

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      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        barack,tom harkin,glen beck,harry bellafonte,tom brokaw and others have repeatedly mis-quoted the declaration of independence by saying "inalienable rights" when it really says "unalienable rights"this is total unabashed ignorance at best or intentionally deceitful & nafarious at its worst..which is it?,as this is BY FAR the single most important word in thee entire document, am i wrong...?

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