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Opposition to strong environmental protection regulations was motivated by A, Concern that regulation would hurt the economy and kill jobs. B. conservative resistance to expanding federal authority. C.refusal to believe that pollution was a serious problem D,complacency about the practice of “environmental racism.

my answer is C

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