Which of the following has been viewed by some historians as an indication of strong anti-Catholic sentiment in the presidential election of 1928?
(A) The increased political activity of the Ku Klux Klan
(B) The failure of the farm bloc to go to the polls
(C) Alfred E. Smith?s choice of Arkansas senator Joseph T. Robinson as his running mate
(D) Alfred E. Smith?s failure to carry a solidly Democratic South
(E) Herbert Hoover?s use of ?rugged individualism? as his campaign slogan