Which of the following, if true, would most tend to weaken the deindustrialization thesis of Bluestone and Harrison? A. a survey of the spouses of former industrial workers reveals a significant increase in the number of working spouses since the mid-1960s. B. data from the most recent United States census show that fewer individuals list their occupation as industrial worker than in the census from ten years earlier. C. a random survey of United States consumers indicates that a majority of those surveyed would prefer to buy United States-manufacturing goods if given the opportunity. D. A recent study indicates that large numbers of former industrial workers have retrained and found employment as skilled, highly-paid computer workers. E. Interviews with representatives at major agencies for temporary employment in the United States suggest that they value the skills of former industrial workers.