No but, my phone typed inalienable and I just went with it.
Is there a thread?
I found this very interesting:
Note that the drafts all stated “inalienable”, but the final versions all say, “unalienable”. Why the change? The important legal distinction between the words.
You can contract away inalienable rights, but unalienable rights can never be lost, even willfully. That’s one of those things that if taught for the last two generations could have kept us out of a lot of bad decisions and trouble.