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What BEST explains George's attitude toward Beneatha calling him an "assimilationist Negro"?
George is personally insulted by the term.
George is disturbed by Beneatha's implied racism.
George is thoughtful due to the historical nature of the conversation.
George is amused by Beneatha's passion about the topic.
He is concerned that he may be an "Uncle Tom".