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Claire is prewriting on the topic of the history of conservative values in the U.S. government. She's trying to narrow her topic, and she keeps stopping after listing possible ideas to judge whether or not the idea is a good one. What advice can you give her at this stage of the writing process? A. Keep stopping to evaluate each idea B. List as many ideas as possible without stopping C. Start grouping similar ideas right away D. Write her thesis statement before brainstorming ideas

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