The author would probably agree with which of the following statements regarding the work of Gellner and of Anderson? A. Neither Gellner's nor Anderson's work has had a significant influence on the study of the Korean nation. B. Their argument that the nation is a strictly modern phenomenon does not hold in the case of Korea. C. Both of them have downplayed the propagandizing efforts of Korean intellectuals as a means of forging a Korean identity. D. Both of them have exaggerated the homogenizing impact of the state as a factor in the case of nations. E. Both them have overestimated the extent to which disparate social groups find a common sense of identity through belonging to the same nation.