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Q: Why were peasants the only ones who danced the walzer until the early eighteenth century? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Peasants did not socialize with members of the upper
class. B. People with low social status could not afford other forms of recreation. C. The dance was considered too bad-mannered for refined people.
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Why did it surprise people when Lorenzo Papanti danced the waltz with his dance partner in Boston? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. because he made close physical contact with his partner B. because they had not practiced the dance enough C. because Mrs. Otis did not plan to have dancing at her party
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It surprised people when Lorenzo Papanti danced the waltz with his dance partner in Boston because he made close physical contact with his partner.



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