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How is organizing the past by region similar to or different from organizing the past by period? A. A historian who organizes the past by region focuses on a specific start and end date, whereas a historian who organizes the past by period focuses on the most influential individuals. B. A historian who organizes the past by region focuses on a big idea that occurs across history, whereas a historian who organizes the past by period focuses on a specific area of the world.

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    C. A historian who organizes the past by region focuses on specific civilizations, whereas a historian who organizes the past by period focuses on a big idea that occurs across history. D. A historian who organizes the past by region focuses on a specific area, whereas a historian who organizes the past by period focuses on a specific time.

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