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C. Does the possibility of having merchandise rejected by the Cheese Importation Board deter many cheese exporters from shipping substandard cheese to Goronia? D. Are there any exporters of cheese to Goronia whose merchandise is never rejected by the Cheese Importation Board? E. How is the cheese rejected by the Cheese Importation Board disposed of? Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q24: Until the passage of the Piracy and Counterfeiting Amendments Act in 1982, a first-time charge of copyright infringement was merely a misdemeanor charge, federal prosecutors being unlikely in pursuing criminal copyright infringers, while offenders were subject to relatively small penalties. A. charge, federal prosecutors being unlikely in pursuing criminal copyright infringers, while offenders were B. charge, with federal prosecutors who were unlikely to pursue criminal copyright infringers, offenders being C. charge, federal prosecutors unlikely to pursue criminal copyright infringers, while offenders were D. charge; therefore, federal prosecutors were unlikely in pursuing criminal copyright infringers and offenders being E. charge; therefore, federal prosecutors were unlikely to pursue criminal copyright infringers, and offenders were Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q25 to Q27: Many politicians, business leaders, and scholars discount the role of public policy and emphasize the role Line of the labor market when explaining (5) employers’ maternity-leave policies, arguing that prior to the passage of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993, employers were already providing maternity leave in (10) response to the increase in the number of women workers. Employers did create maternity-leave programs in the 1970’s and 1980’s, but not as a purely voluntary response in the (15) absence of any government mandate.
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In 1972, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) ruled that employers who allowed leaves for disabling medical conditions must (20) also allow them for maternity and that failure to do so would constitute sex discrimination under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. As early as 1973, a survey found that 58 percent of large (25) employers had responded with new maternity-leave policies. Because the 1972 EEOC ruling was contested in court, the ruling won press attention that popularized maternity-leave (30) policies. Yet perhaps because the Supreme Court later struck down the ruling, politicians and scholars have failed to recognize its effects, assuming that employers adopted (35) maternity-leave policies in response to the growing feminization of the workforce. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q25: It can be inferred that the author of the passage would be most likely to agree with which of the following statements about government policy?
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