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According to some analysts, whatever its merits, the proposal to tax away all capital gains on short-term investments would, if enacted, have a disastrous effect on Wall Street trading and employment.
(A) its merits, the proposal to tax
(B) its merits may be, the proposal of taxing
(C) its merits as a proposal, taxing
(D) the proposal’s merits, to tax
(E) the proposal’s merits are, taxing
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WHY NOT D ?


Should be A.

According to some analysts, whatever its merits, the proposal to tax away all capital gains on short-term investments would, if enacted, have a disastrous effect on Wall Street trading and employment.

Because of ' if enacted ' ,we need to mention proposal along with 'to tax'
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2006, 23:40
D,E are out --> we just need 'its' as the proposal come right after 'its' to modify the pronoun

C --> awkwardly phrased

Between A and B, I'll take A. Concise and clear.
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