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At the time of the Mexican agrarian revolution, the most radical faction, that of Zapata and his followers, proposed a return to communal ownership of land, to what had been a pre-Columbian form of ownership respected by the Spaniards.
(A) land, to what had been a pre-Columbian form of ownership respected by the Spaniards
(B) land, a form of ownership of the pre-Columbians and respected by the Spaniards
(C) land, respected by the Spaniards and a pre-Columbian form of ownership
(D) land in which a pre-Columbian form of ownership was respected by the Spaniards
(E) land that had been a pre-Columbian form of ownership respected by the Spaniards
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Between A & B I choose A.

"What" makes sense here and the logical link between Pre-Columbian and Spaniards is not really clear in B...
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My choice is 'D'.
I eliminated 'A' because I have not seen a sentence in the form of 'to what had been a....'. Going through the above posts makes me wonder whether my assumption is wrong but anyway I will stick to my choice and wait for the OA.
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1. to what had been a pre-Columbian form of ownership respected by the Spaniards is // to to communal ownership of land.
2. As a consequence, after the word land a pause is required.
3. what indicates that the pre-Columbian form of ownership respected by the Spaniards is the communal ownership of land.

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I accidentally wrote down 'D' instead of 'E', my choice was 'E'
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New post 23 Nov 2004, 11:16
The OA is A.

Oxon, many many thanks for your detailed explanation. I understood this Sc almost, except one thing- when exactly do we use "to what had been"?? and why does this phrase require the use of "to'??
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New post 23 Nov 2004, 16:27
Run a search with "agrarian revolution" .. you will see many more discussions..heres one of them

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=2690&highlight=zapata

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