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The question below refers to the selection "Exile.” The family feels uneasy about being in America because — a. they feel they do not fit in b. they are very poor c. people treat them very badly d. the American beach is not as nice as they expected
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User: The question below refers to the selection "Exile.” The family feels uneasy about being in America because — a. they feel they do not fit in b. they are very poor c. people treat them very badly d. the American beach is not as nice as they expected

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In the poem "Exile" by Julia Alvarez, the family feels uneasy about being in America because - they feel they do not fit in.
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Preemptive laws actually take away power from the state. TRUE.


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