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Although Americans are accustomed to speaking of Jefferson as a progen

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Although Americans are accustomed to speaking of Jefferson as a progenitor of our modern democratic ideals, the views most Americans actually hold are significantly closer to Madison.

A. closer to Madison
B. closer to Madison's
C. more closer to Madison
D. more like Madison
E. more close to those of Madison
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New post 25 Feb 2018, 16:52
easy one, it's B
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