It can be inferred from the passage that the Regionalists and the Social Realists differed in which of the following ways? A. The Regionalists were primarily concerned with depicting actual events in history, while the Social Realists were primarily concerned with portraying an idealized future. B. The Regionalists were primarily concerned with the economic ramifications of the Depression, while the Social Realists were primarily concerned with its social ramifications. C. The Regionalists lacked a sense of urgency, while the Social Realists pressed for change. D. The Regionalists tended to romanticize the past, while the Social Realists depicted the past in harsh terms. E. The political outlook of the Regionalists tended to be more conservative than that of the Social Realists.