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Puritan fanatics brought to civil and military affairs a coolness of judgment and mutability of purpose that some writers have though inconsistent with their religious zeal, <<but which was in fact a natural outgrowth of it>>.
A) but which was in fact a natural outgrowth of it
B) but which were in fact a natural outgrowth of it
C) but which were in fact natural outgrowths of it
D) but it was in fact a natural outgrowth of them
E) which was in fact a natural outgrowth of it
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B) "which were" refers to coolness of judgment and mutability of purpose and "of it" refers to religious zeal
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B....
key words....were....and outgrowth....(not outgrowths)

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