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During this decade however there was intense activism

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During this decade, however, there was intense activism aimed at achiev- 30
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ing increased autonomy for women, (35) broadening the spheres within which they lived their daily lives. Women’s organizations worked to establish opportunities for women: they strove to secure for women the full entitlements (40) of citizenship, including the right to hold office and the right to serve on juries. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q35: The passage is primarily concerned with A. providing evidence indicating that feminist reformers of the 1920’s failed to reach some of their goals B. presenting scholarship that contrasts suffragist “promises” with the historical realities of the 1920’s C. discussing recent scholarship concerning the achievements of women’s suffrage during the 1920’s and presenting an alternative view of those achievements D. outlining recent findings concerning events leading to suffrage for women in the 1920’s and presenting a challenge to those findings E. providing support for a traditional view of the success of feminist attempts to increase gender consciousness among women during the 1920’s Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q36: It can be inferred that the author of the passage disagrees with the “new scholarship” mentioned in lines 6-7 regarding the A. degree to which the “promises” of the suffrage movement remained unkept B. degree to which suffrage for women improved the morality of governance C. degree to which the 1920’s represented a period of decline for the feminist movement D. degree of legislative success achieved by feminist reformers during the 1920’s E. accuracy of the view that a women’s voting bloc did not materialize once suffrage was achieved Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q37: The purpose of the second paragraph (lines 23-31) of the passage is to A. suggest a reason why suffragist “promises” were not kept B. contrast suffragist “promises” with the reality of the 1920’s C. deplore the lack of successful feminist reform in 1920’s D. explain a view held by feminist scholars E. answer the question asked by Jane Addams Answer: 31
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q38: Unprecedented industrial growth in the country of Remo has created serious environmental problems because factories there lack adequate pollution-control systems. Remo is developing a clean growth plan that includes environmental regulations that will require the installation of such systems. Since no companies in Remo currently produce pollution-control systems, the plan, if implemented, will create significant opportunities for foreign exporters to market pollution-control systems. Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the argument?
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