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Unformatted text preview: sin in conflicts as mere confusion, contradiction, or eclecticism. the Sun Isaacs, for example, cannot easily reconcile Hansberry's intense concern for her race with her ideal of human 7. Select the sentence that the author of the passage reconciliation. But the play's complex view of Black reinforce his criticism of responses such as Isaacs' to self-esteem and human solidarity as compatible is no more Raisin in the Sun? "contradictory" than Du Bois' famous, well-considered ideal of ethnic self-awareness coexisting with human unity, 8.The author of the passage would probably consider or Fanon's emphasis on an ideal internationalism that also which of the following judgments to be most similar accommodates national identities and roles. to the reasoning of critics? (158 words) (A) The world is certainly flat; therefore, the person proposing to sail around it is unquestionably foolhardy. (B) Radioactivity cannot be directly perceived; therefore, a scientist could not possibly control it in a laboratory. (C) The painter of this picture could not intend it to be funny, therefore, its humor must result from a lack of skill. (D) Traditional social mores are beneficial to culture; therefore, anyone who deviates from them acts destructively. (E) Filmmakers who produce documentaries deal exclusively with facts; therefore, a filmmaker who reinterprets particular events is misleading us. 128 The transplantation of organs from one individual to 9 The primary purpose of the passage is to treat t he another normally involves two major problems: (1) organ accepted generalizations about organ transplantation in rejection is likely unless the transplantation antigens of which of the following ways? both individuals are nearly identical, and (2) the (A) Explicate their main features introduction of any unmatched transplantation antigens (B) Suggest an alternative to them induces the development by the recipient of donor-specific (C) Examine their virtues and limitations lymphocytes that will produce violent rejection of further (D) Criticize the major evidence used to support them transplantations from that donor. However, we have found (E) Present findings that qualify them that, among many strains of rats, liver transplants are never rejected, and that they even induce a state of donor-specific unresponsiveness. Our hypothesis is that (1) many strains 10. Which of the following new findings about strains of rats simply cannot mount a sufficiently vigorous of rats that do not normally reject liver transplants, destructive immune-response (using lymphocytes) to if true, would support the authors‘ hypothesis? outstrip the liver ‘s relatively great capacity to protect itself I. Stomach transplants are accepted by the from immune-response damage and that (2) the systemic recipients in all cases. II. Increasing the strength of the recipient‘s unresponsiveness observed is due to concentration of the recipient‘s donor-specific lymphocytes at the site of the i...
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