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1. Commercialization in schools operates against the democratic ______ of a publicly funded school system. By monopolizing the beverage market in secondary schools, the company is taking away the freedom of choice.

a. intent
b. revenue
c. premises
d. corporation
e. curriculum

I think 'a' is correct. What is your opinion?
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New post 12 Jun 2009, 06:58
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1. Commercialization in schools operates against the democratic ______ of a publicly funded school system. By monopolizing the beverage market in secondary schools, the company is taking away the freedom of choice.

a. intent
b. revenue
c. premises
d. corporation
e. curriculum

I think 'a' is correct. What is your opinion?


IMO: A

premise means 'set forth beforehand'

doesnt seems to fit the blank in terms of meaning
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