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Utopian leader William Miller lost credibility by his

A) indiscriminate admission of new members to his sect.
B) extramarital affairs.
C) frequent absences and financial mismanagement of his settlement.
D) failure to predict accurately the Second Coming of Christ.

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Answer: D

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