Which best describes the changing attitudes of people living in developing suburbs?
A. They became less conservative and more politically active.
B. They became less conservative and less politically active.
C. They became more conservative and more politically active.
D. They became more conservative and less politically active.
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Good heavens, why would anyone think your political attitudes are determined by where you live? That's as bad as saying your educational goals are determined by the color of your skin ("Blacks don't really want to go to college"), or your what job you'd like to have is determined by your sex ("Women want to be nurses, not doctors.")
Who would write such an appalling question, reflecting prejudices from the previous century, if not the one before that?
my history teacher lol
@Carl_Pham I understand what you're saying, but I think it means the majority of people living in developing suburbs. Sort of like how they worked as a society instead of individually.