A subsequent research uncovered the following materials, which of them would most clearly call into question the position taken by the author in the highlighted portion A. A speech given by Thomas Jefferson during the Revolutionary War in which he speaks about the Revolution's goal of providing all citizens with equal access to property. B. Written statements by British leaders of the Revolutionary period revealing that the British monarchy continually warned its colonial subjects that the revolutionary leaders were making false promises of liberty and equality in order to gain support C. Unpublished essays by major revolutionary leaders contradicting one another with regard to the Revolution's position on human equality D. The diaries of revolutionary leaders revealing that the goals of the revolution were defined differently by different people and the leaders of the new government embraced many different ideals and principles. E. A series of leaflets written by various revolutionary leaders and distributed widely among the colonial population detailing the Revolution's consistent dedication to the principles of human equality.