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The concept "white ethnics" refers to: A.people of Hispanic ancestry who are light skinned. B.people of any ethnicity who are light skinned. C.biracial or multiracial people. D.non-WASPs of European
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The concept "white ethnics" refers to: D.non-WASPs of European ancestry.
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