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What evidence from the text best supports Lake's main argument that Wind-Wolf is smart but comes from a different culture?

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    A. "Yesterday, for the third time in two weeks, he came home crying and said he wanted to have his hair cut. He said he doesn't have any friends at school because they make fun of his long hair." B. "On the first day of class, you had difficulty with his name. You wanted to call him "Wind," insisting that Wolf must somehow be his middle name." C. "Dear teacher, I would like to introduce you to my son, Wind-Wolf. He is probably what you would consider a typical Indian kid." D. "His aunts and grandmothers taught him to count while they sorted out the materials used to make the abstract designs in the native baskets."

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