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In 1929 relatively small declines in the market ruined many speculators having bought on margin; they had to sell, and their selling pushed other investors to the brink.

A. speculators having bought on margin; they had to sell, and

B. speculators who had bought on margin; having had to sell,

C. speculators who had bought on margin; they had to sell, and

D. speculators, those who had bought on margin; these speculators had to sell, and

E. speculators, who, having bought on margin and having to sell,

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(C) seems to use the semicolon most appropriately.
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All sounds redundant except for C. But I am a bit hesitant on my answer
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Almost sure for C.

All others use eiter awkward construction or redundant words.
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In 1929 relatively small declines in the market ruined many speculators having bought on margin; they had to sell, and their selling pushed other investors to the brink.

A. speculators having bought on margin; they had to sell, and

B. speculators who had bought on margin; having had to sell,

C. speculators who had bought on margin; they had to sell, and

D. speculators, those who had bought on margin; these speculators had to sell, and

E. speculators, who, having bought on margin and having to sell,

pls explain your answer ..!

OA must be C.

independent clause ; independent clause

In 1929 relatively small declines in the market ruined many speculators who had bought on margin; they had to sell, and their selling pushed other investors to the brink.
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