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When Chief Dan George compares himself to other chiefs in the past, what point does he make? A. Unlike past chiefs, he must make war only with speech. B. Like other chiefs, he is a powerful person. C. Unlike other chiefs, he has led his nation for a short time. D. Like other chiefs, he is concerned for the young

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I am sorry, I have no idea what this is about :( Which prose/verse is this?
the answer is D here is my source http://www.weegy.com/?ConversationId=A335F7CC
it is not (D) sorry

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Weegy is only right about 50 to 75 % of the time
it s not (C)
then what is the answer?

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