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Which of the following conclusions do U.S. attitudes toward the Panama Canal during the 20th century support? A. Historical context can only be determined long after an event has passed. B. Biases prevent most people from participating in a changing historical context. C. People's points of view can change to suit changes in historical context. D. Contextualization of a historical event should not be changed once it has been made

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