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How did the Romantics feel about the Industrial Revolution? A. They were pleased that it created more jobs and boosted the economy so more books could be sold. B. They thought that the change it brought compromised nature and humanity. C. they regretted that cheaper necessities improved many people's lives. D. They believed it was the only direction modern civilization could go in.
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