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Many criminologists argue that a substantial increase in the number of police personnel "walking the beat" should lead to lowering rates of crime, as well as lowering fears about public safety, a surge in public confidence in the police, and a lessening of the economic burden of street crime

1)lowering rates of crime, as well as lowering fears about public safety

2)a lowering of crime rates and of fears about public safety

3)a lowering of crime rates, along with fears about public safety

4)crime rates being lowered, along with fears about public safety

5)crime rates and fears about public safety being lowered, with
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2005, 02:41
For me, I choose B.

I choose it because when I read the sentence "should lead to lowering", I immediately processed it as "a lowering of"...
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2005, 07:51
OA is B.

Parallelism is tested here...we a lowering, to be parallel with a surge...etc...

C breaks the parallelism by adding, along with..which is incorrect.
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