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Dr. Sayres lecture recounted several little-known episodes

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Dr. Sayre’s lecture recounted several little-known episodes in the relations between nations that illustrates what is wrong with alliances and treaties that do not have popular support.

(A) relations between nations that illustrates
(B) relation of one nation with another that illustrates
(C) relations between nations that illustrate
(D) relation of one nation with another and illustrate
(E) relations of nations that illustrates

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Dr. Sayre’s lecture recounted several little-known episodes in the relations between nations that illustrates what is wrong with alliances and treaties that do not have popular support.

(A) relations between nations that illustrates
(B) relation of one nation with another that illustrates
(C) relations between nations that illustrate
(D) relation of one nation with another and illustrate
(E) relations of nations that illustrates

"Several little known episodes" is plural. So we need illustrate. That eliminates all except (C) and (D), out of which (C) is the most concise. I would go with (C)
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should be "illustrate", plural verb for "episodes"

in D, "and illustrate" is wrong, should be "that illustrate"

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