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The artificial dichotomy between history and prehistory that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have been seen as shunting historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline hypocritically borrowing from but declines to acknowledge the methodologies developed within this important yet unrecognized field.

A) that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have been seen as shunting historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline hypocritically borrowing from but

B) characterizing Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have shunted historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that hypocritically borrowed from but also

C) having characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have shunted historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that is hypocritically borrowing from but

D) that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s has been seen as shunting historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that is hypocritically borrowing from but also

E) that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s has shunted historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that hypocritically borrows from but

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The artificial dichotomy between history and prehistory that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have been seen as shunting historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline hypocritically borrowing from but declines to acknowledge the methodologies developed within this important yet unrecognized field.

A) that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have been seen as shunting historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline hypocritically borrowing from but

B) characterizing Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have shunted historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that hypocritically borrowed from but also

C) having characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s have shunted historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that is hypocritically borrowing from but

D) that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s has been seen as shunting historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that is hypocritically borrowing from but also

E) that has characterized Americanist archaeology since the 1960s has shunted historical archaeology to the periphery of a discipline that hypocritically borrows from but

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A, B and C: The artificial dichotomy...have
Here, have (plural) does not agree with dichotomy (singular).
Eliminate A, B and C.

D: a discipline that is hypocritically borrowing from...the methodologies
Here, the usage of is borrowing implies that the discipline is only TEMPORARILY borrowing from the methodologies.
The intended meaning is to express a GENERAL TRUTH about the discipline.
To express a general truth, we use the simple present tense, as in the OA:
a discipline that hypocritically BORROWS from but DECLINES to acknowledge the methodologies
Eliminate D.


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