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Session_17_quiz[1] - to provide jobs C …to make room for...

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All of today’s questions, with the exception of question 2 about the Los Angeles river, depend on an understanding of Davis’s central argument about the reasons why low-density residential patterns are common in Southern California. Davis is quite concerned about low-density development because , he argues, it encourages people to buy cars, undermines public transportation and makes neighborhoods less pleasant.
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Question 1 What is today’s reading mostly about? A) The role of governments in promoting low-density development in and around Los Angeles . B) The construction of the Los Angeles Port. C) Why the highways in Los Angeles took so long to build. D) A and B. E) All of the above.
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Question 2 The Los Angeles river was sacrificed… A) …to beautify the city. B) to provide jobs
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