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There seems to be a broad range of international policy issues on which the views of France’s Socialist president are more compatible with President Reagan’s than were those of his predecessor.


(A) the views of France’s Socialist president are more compatible with President Reagan’s than were those of his predecessor
(B) the views of France’s Socialist president are more compatible with those of President Reagan’s than were those of his predecessor’s
(C) the views of France’s Socialist president seem more compatible with those of President Reagan than his predecessor’s
(D) France’s Socialist president’s views are more compatible with President Reagan’s than his predecessor’s
(E) France’s Socialist president’s views seem more compatible with President Reagan’s than those of his predecessor


OA is A.

Why A? Need explanation please.
There seems to be a broad range of international policy   [#permalink] 16 Jan 2008, 05:46
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