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Where once the union had acquiesced to the prejudices of its English-speaking members by supporting the imposition of an alien tax on immigrant workers, after 1897 the United Mine Workers made a determined effort to enlist Italians and Slavs in its ranks.
(A) Where once the union had acquiesced to the prejudices of its English-speaking members by supporting
(B) Where once the union acquiesced to it English-speaking membersâ€™ prejudice for the support of
(C) While once the union had acquiesced to the prejudices of its English-speaking members in support of
(D) While once the union acquiesced to its English-speaking membersâ€™ prejudice in supporting
(E) While once the union had acquiesced to the prejudices of its English-speaking members in its supporting of
I think, we dont need "HAD", since the second independent clause has a time event, but none of the choices using past tence make sense.
A - keep this
B - for the support of
C - is weird construction too.
D - cant rule out but will not pick it since the past tense somehow is not making sense and moreover convoluted "its English-speaking membersâ€™ prejudice" is better with "the prejudice of its English-speaking members"
E is out " in its supporting of"