there is a question in MGMAT SC
"Voters want to elect a president who genuinely cares about health care, the environment,
the travails of ordinary men and women, has the experience. wisdom.
strength of character required for the job."
What will be the correct structure of the answer ?
The book says that the correct answer is
Voters want to elect a president
a) who genuinely cares about
a1 ) health care,
a2) the environment,
a3) and the travails of ordinary men and women
b) who has the
b3) and strength
of character required for the job.
My question is if that is the case wont we need to have a "the" before health care too ? so that all the three parallels start with an Article.