Until 1868 and Disraeli, Great Britain had no prime ministers not coming from a landed family.
A. Until 1868 and Disraeli, Great Britain had no prime ministers not coming
B. Until 1868 and Disraeli, Great Britain had had no prime ministers who have not come
C. Until Disraeli in 1868, there were no prime ministers in Great Britain who have not come
D. It was not until 1868 that Great Britain had a prime minister—Disraeli—who did not come
E. It was only in 1868 and Disraeli that Great Britain had one of its prime ministers not coming
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Correct Answer: D
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