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From roughly 1900 to 1960 ,a strong showing in presidential primaries:

A.enabled a candidate to demonstrate popular support, but did not ensure nomination.

B.did not improve a candidate's chances of gaining the nomination.

C.guaranteed a candidate's nomination.

D.guaranteed a candidate's place on the ticket, although sometimes as the vice presidential nominee rather than presidential nominee.

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    I thank it is (A).

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