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Transcendentalism, a subgenre of American Romanticism, was based in which of the following beliefs?the natural and spiritual world are connected. reason separates man from the animals. the needs of society are greater than the needs of the individual. American values should align with Greek and Roman values.
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Transcendentalist, a subgenre of American Romanticism, was based in the natural and spiritual world are connected.
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