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In the process of leaving the ghetto, which statement best summarizes the following passage?

"The street resembled fairgrounds deserted in haste. There was a little of everything: suitcases, briefcases, bags, knives, dishes, banknotes, papers, faded portraits. All the things one planned to take along and finally left behind. They had ceased to matter."


The Germans were forcing the Jews to drop anything of value.


The Jews were unable to carry all that they wanted to.


Things that once seemed valuable to the Jews were not so important any more.


The Jews were in such a hurry that they accidentally left things behind.


The Jews did not have adequate time to plan what they wanted to bring.

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