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D) The restrictive nature of these lending practices forced state legislature to begin granting more bank charters by the early nineteenth century.

E) These lending practices were likely to be criticized by economic elites as being overly restrictive.

422The passage suggests that the opposition to banks in the South in the early nineteenth century stemmed in part from the perception that banks

A) did not benefit more than a small minority of the people

B) did not support the interests of elite planters

C) were too closely tied to transportation and industrial interests

D) were unwilling to issue the long-term loans required by agrarian interests

E) were too willing to lend credit widely

423Which of the following statements best describes the function of the last sentence of the passage?

A) It provides evidence tending to undermine the viewpoint of the scholars mentioned in the highlight part.