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Based on Mrs. Stowe's letter, what can the reader infer about the viewpoints of the people visiting the soldiers? A. They support the abolition of slavery. B. They want to support the men going to
war. C. They are opposed to the war between the states. D. They hope their sons and relatives will survive the war.
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User: Based on Mrs. Stowe's letter, what can the reader infer about the viewpoints of the people visiting the soldiers? A. They support the abolition of slavery. B. They want to support the men going to war. C. They are opposed to the war between the states. D. They hope their sons and relatives will survive the war.

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User: Excerpted from The Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe by Charles Edward Stowe

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