How does Crusoe differ from the English and Spanish masters he left behind to develop the island? A. Crusoe never wants to leave the island, whereas the other masters consistently make plans to return home. B. Crusoe uses the island's food resources liberally, whereas the other masters rationed out the island food resources. C. Crusoe sees his island mates as equals, whereas the other masters viewed them as savages. D. Crusoe works together with those around him, whereas the other masters fought among themselves.
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