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Unformatted text preview: D ○ indicate that necessary knowledge of fluoride remains incomplete E ○ discuss the foodstuffs that are most likely to contain significant concentrations of fluoride F or the following question, consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply 8.The passage suggests which of the following about the effect of fluoride on humans? A □ The effect of fluoride intake from water and air is relatively difficult to monitor. B An intake of 4 milligrams over a long period of □ time usually leads to a skeletal disorder in humans. C □ An intake of slightly more than 4 milligrams for only a few months is not likely to be life-threatening. 86 [This page is intentionally left blank. ] 87 Questions 9 to 12 are based on the following reading passage. In February 1848 the people of Paris rose in revolt 40 against the constitutional monarchy of Louis-Philippe. resume their daily routines without ever recording Despite the existence of excellent narrative accounts, the Line their activities. Those who played salient roles may February Days, as this revolt is called, have been largely 5 ignored by social historians of the past two decades. For become the objects of highly embellished verbal accounts or in rare cases, of celebratory articles in each of the three other major insurrections in 45 nineteenth-century Paris—July 1830, June 1843, and May frequently write memoirs. However, such backgrounds and an analysis, more or less rigorous, of the documents are likely to be highly unreliable, reasons for the occurrence of the uprisings. Only in the unrepresentative, and unsystematically preserved, case of the February Revolution do we lack a useful 50 description of participants that might characterize it in the failed insurrection. As a consequence, it may prove process of revolutionary mobilization. difficult or impossible to establish for a successful Two reasons for this relative neglect seem obvious. revolution a comprehensive and trustworthy picture First, the insurrection of February has been overshadowed 55 by that of June. The February Revolution overthrew a of those who participated, or to answer even the most basic questions one might pose concerning the regime, to be sure, but met with so little resistance that it social origins of the insurgents. failed to generate any real sense of historical drama. Its 20 especially when compared to the detailed judicial dossiers prepared for everyone arrested following a light of what social history has taught us about the 15 contemporary periodicals. And it is true that the publicly acknowledged leaders of an uprising 1871----there exists at least a sketch of participants' 10 Experiences are retold, but participants typically successor, on the other hand, appeared to pit key socioeconomic groups in a life-or-death struggle and was widely seen by contemporary observers as marking a historical departure. Through their interpretations, which exert a continuing influence on our understanding of...
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