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A sincere affirmation of the American Age of Reason and the Joys of American country life A.The Hasty Pudding B."Prospect of the Future Glory of America" C. The Progress of Dulness
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User: A sincere affirmation of the American Age of Reason and the Joys of American country life A.The Hasty Pudding B."Prospect of the Future Glory of America" C. The Progress of Dulness

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