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The Enlightenment idea of “natural rights” is that _________. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. monarchs rule by divine right B. people have natural rights that governments cannot arbitrarily take away C. ethical principles are capable of being discovered through reason D. governments and people cannot exist without each other

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