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What best identifies Dean Smith's attitude toward change? A. Change is troublesome, but we must learn to deal with it. B. Change is inevitable, so it should not be feared. C. You should do
everything possible to avoid change. D. Change will happen only once in a while, so do not worry about it too much.
B. Change is inevitable, so it should not be feared.
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