Q33 which of the following if true most logically

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q33: Which of the following, if true, most logically completes the passage? A recent poll found that over 80 percent of the residents of Nalmed Province favored a massive expansion of the commuter rail system as a means of significantly easing congestion on the province’s highways and were willing to help pay for the expansion through an increase in their taxes. Nevertheless, the poll results indicate that expansion of the rail system, if successfully completed, would be unlikely to achieve its goal of easing congestion, because _______. A. most people in favor of expanding the rail system reported less congestion during their highway commute as the primary benefit they would experience B. of the less than 20 percent of residents not counted as favoring the expansion, about half claimed to have no opinion one way or the other C. the twice-daily periods of peak congestion caused by people commuting in cars have grown from about an hour each to almost two and a half hours each in the past 20 years D. expanding the commuter rail system will require the construction of dozens of miles of new railbed E. the proposed expansion to the commuter rail system will make it possible for some people who both live and work at suburban locations to commute by rail Answer: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q34: Just like the background in art history needed by an archaeologist in order to evaluate finds of ancient art, the nautical archaeologist needs specialized knowledge of the history and theory of ship design in order to understand shipwrecks. A. Just like the background in art history needed by an archaeologist in order to evaluate finds of ancient art, the B. Just as an archaeologist who needs a background in art history to evaluate finds of ancient art, a C. Just as an archaeologist needs a background in art history to evaluate finds of ancient art, so a D. Like the archaeologist who evaluates finds of ancient art and requires a background in art history, so the E. As evaluating finds of ancient art requires an archaeologist who has a background in art history, so the Answer: 29
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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q35 to Q37: For many years, historians thought that the development of capitalism had not faced serious challenges in the United Line States. Writing in the early twentieth cen- (5) tury, Progressive historians sympathized with the battles waged by farmers and small producers against large capitalists in the late nineteenth century, but they did not question the widespread acceptance (10) of laissez-faire (unregulated) capitalism throughout American history. Similarly, Louis Hartz, who sometimes disagreed with the Progressives, argued that Amer- icans accepted laissez-faire capitalism (15) without challenge because they lacked a feudal, precapitalist past. Recently, however, some scholars have argued that even though laissez-faire became the prevailing ethos in nineteen-century (20) America, it was not accepted without struggle. Laissez-faire capitalism, they suggest, clashed with existing religious and communitarian norms that imposed moral constraints on acquisitiveness to (25)
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