Which of the following BEST characterizes the level and scope of dissent among Englishmen in New England to King Philip's War?
A) There were isolated and overwhelmed voices of dissent led by a few Christian pastors and missionaries, such as John Eliot, who opposed the war and its brutality.
B) King Philip's War was strenuously opposed by New England landowners who feared they would lose their American Indian slaves to the war.
C) Initially, King Philip's War was enthusiastically supported by New England colonists, but it lost popularity after the brutality and extent of the killing became apparent.
D) There was no documented dissent from Englishmen in New England to the prosecution of King Philip's War.