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With respect to the eighteenth century, the concept of the "middle ground" is helpful in
A. understanding the attitudes of Indians living between the Appalachians and the Mississippi.

B. explaining the attitudes and preferences of the Scots-Irish.

(C). understanding the role of Catholic priests in California and the Spanish Southwest.

D. explaining the relationship between German and Scots-Irish settlers in the backcountry.

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