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1. Which of the following statements best describes a central idea of the text? O A. Arranged marriages were popular in the past but have been replaced by autonomous marriages in nearly all societies. O B. Arranged marriages are about as successful as autonomous marriages because they are so widespread. C. Arranged marriages are a non-Western practice that have not spread to westernized countries despite their positive benefits, D. Arranged marriages allow love to emerge over time and can be more effective in the long-run than I autonomous marriagesO A. Arranged marriages were popular in the past but have been replaced by autonomous marriages in nearly all societies. O B. Arranged marriages are about as successful as autonomous marriages because they are so widespread. O C. Arranged marriages are a non-Western practice that have not spread to westernized countries despite their positive benefits. D. Arranged marriages allow love to emerge over time and can be more effective in the long-run than A autonomous marriages.

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