Q9 according to the passage the widc believed that

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Q9: According to the passage, the WIDC believed that the proposed legislation resembled earlier legislation concerning women’s labor in that it A. caused divisiveness among women’s organizations B. sought to protect women’s health C. limited women’s occupational opportunities D. failed to bolster workplace safety regulations E. failed to make distinctions among types of factory work Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q10: The passage is primarily concerned with 5
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- QX: The passage suggests that WIDC differed from WTUL in which of the following ways? A. WIDC believed that the existing safety regulations were adequate to protect women’s health, whereas WTUL believed that such regulations needed to be strengthened. B. WIDC believed that unions could not succeed in pressuring employers to comply with such regulations, whereas WTUL believed that unions could succeed in doing so. C. WIDC believed that lead poisoning in white lead factories could be avoided by controlling conditions there, whereas WTUL believed that lead poisoning in such factories could not be avoided no matter how stringently safety regulations were enforced. D. At the time that the legislation concerning white lead factories was proposed, WIDC was primarily concerned with addressing health conditions in white lead factories, whereas WTUL was concerned with improving working conditions in all types of factories. E. At the time that WIDC was opposing legislative attempts to restrict women’s labor, WTUL had already ceased to do so. Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q11: In general, jobs are harder to get in times of economic recession because many businesses cut back operations. However, any future recessions in Vargonia will probably not reduce the availability of teaching jobs at government-funded schools. This is because Vargonia has just introduced a legal requirement that education in government-funded schools be available, free of charge, to all Vargonian children regardless of the state of the economy, and that current student-teacher ratios not be exceeded. Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument? 6
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