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In what way did Uncle Tom’s Cabin fail to change the attitude of Southerners about slavery?

a They viewed slavery as a political problem.

b They claimed it did not give credit to the original author.

c They felt slavery was none of their concern.

d They claimed it did not give a true picture of slavery in the South. **

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