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Q: 5. One of the reasons the black veil has such a powerful effect on people is because A. only women wore veils in Colonial America. B. they fear Mr. Hooper will
make them cover their faces with veils. C. it makes them think Mr. Hooper is hiding something awful. D. Mr. Hooper’s personality and behavior changed once he started wearing it.
A: One of the reasons the black veil has such a powerful effect on people is because: it makes them think Mr. Hooper is hiding something awful.
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User: 5. One of the reasons the black veil has such a powerful effect on people is because A. only women wore veils in Colonial America. B. they fear Mr. Hooper will make them cover their faces with veils. C. it makes them think Mr. Hooper is hiding something awful. D. Mr. Hooper’s personality and behavior changed once he started wearing it.

Weegy: B. they fear Mr. Hooper will make them cover their faces with veils.
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