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“The Origin of Species” precipitated widespread

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“The Origin of Species” precipitated widespread polarization among the general public in Europe and America, separating those who insisted on the literal interpretation of the book of Genesis as a historical account from those who regarded Genesis as a poetic legend.

A) from those
(B) from them
(C) and them
(D) between those
(E) among those

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Separating those from those is parallel and idiomatic. A is the choice.
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