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In Twain's "The Private History of a Campaign that Failed," Smith, the blacksmith's apprentice, is given "ultimate credit" for A. keeping the group trained and ready for battle. B. naming the
militia group's encampments. C. earning the rank of sergeant. D. being killed in battle.
D. being killed in battle
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