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Q: 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

Weegy: c.
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