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What is the MOST accurate statement about the veterans of “In Another Country”? A. They are linked by their experience, especially in crowds of people who do not like them. B. They are
connected by their camaraderie on the battlefield and their shared survival guilt. C. They have been friends since childhood and now suffer the effects of combat together. D. They do not like each other, but are forced to stick together by the Major.
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