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As I mentioned earlier in this thread, this type of question has to be answered solely on the evidence found in the text. To pick an answer like A, you would have to find some text that supports such an inference. I've searched for it and haven't found any, and in fact found a lot of the opposite - highly cohesive groups tend to get along despite their varying opinions, because they feel a sense of mutual respect and value.
If you find some text to support A, please share it with us here, and we can take another look and try to better understand where you're coming from. And of course, keep asking more questions of us now that you're here!
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