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The Mormons succeeded as a communal religion, unlike most other groups of that time, because they

A

embraced the practice of polygamy.

B

maintained a nomadic life, consistently moving around the country.

C

pushed capitalist ideas instead of shunning personal financial gain.

D

believed in egalitarianism and allowed for female religious leadership.

E

instituted strict membership requirements, feeling that non-true believers would sap the movement of its vitality.

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