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Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when the ownership of both property and the means of production is regarded as an inalienable right of individual's, and it is not a license granted by government and revocable at whim.
(A)
(B) are regarded as individuals' inalienable rights, and that it not be
(C) is regarded as an individual's inalienable right, not as
(D) are regasrded as an individual's inalienable rights, not when they are
(E) is regarded as the inalienable rights of an individual, not when it is
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 05:50
Choose C
ownership "is regarded" not "are". So eliminate B & D.
C maintains || -> "regarded as x not as y"
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 07:22
(C) for me too. Same explaination as Gayathri.
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Re: SC: capitalism [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 07:47
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Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when the ownership of both property and the means of production is regarded as an inalienable right of individual's, and it is not a license granted by government and revocable at whim.
(A)
(B) are regarded as individuals' inalienable rights, and that it not be
(C) is regarded as an individual's inalienable right, not as
(D) are regasrded as an individual's inalienable rights, not when they are
(E) is regarded as the inalienable rights of an individual, not when it is


only C is parallel.
(A)(B)(D)(E) it or they is wordy and redundant.
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 13:57
Good question HongHu!

This one almost got me.
Let me explain deeply since nobody has done yet.

Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when the ownership of both property and the means of production is regarded as an individual's inalienable right, not as a license granted by government and revocable at whim.

OK, after tearing apart this sentence, this is what I got.
"the ownership" in BOLD acts as main subject in the clause after "when"
When you see "both" in Italic, you should realize that the subject should read like
"the ownership of [both property and the means of production]"
The BLUE part is what being compared "regard as A, not as B"
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 14:02
I would pick up C.
I would have almost picked up D, but realized my mistake immediately.
Good qn, though.
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 17:19
What is the OA. :lol:
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 20:57
OA is (C). gayathri has a great explanation.
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