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Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland chief executive, many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire if he had not projected such a genial, middle-of-the-road persona.
(A) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(B) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as when he warned about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(C) it might have aroused controversy and ire, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, when President Eisenhower made assertions
(D) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire
(E) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire even


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Re: President Eisenhower’s assertions [#permalink] New post 04 Sep 2012, 15:34
The answer is D.
Modifiers are placed correctly. Also, it is clear and unambiguous.
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Re: President Eisenhower’s assertions [#permalink] New post 04 Sep 2012, 15:39
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Re: President Eisenhower’s assertions [#permalink] New post 04 Sep 2012, 16:31
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Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland chief executive, many of President Eisenhower's assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire if he had not projected such a genial, middle-of-the-road persona.

(A) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
his is referring to President Eisenhower’s - possessive case is not a good antecedent
(B) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as when he warned about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
he is referring to President Eisenhower’s - possessive case is not a good antecedent
(C) it might have aroused controversy and ire, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, when President Eisenhower made assertions
it - no antecedent
(D) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire
his is correctly referring to President Eisenhower - not in possessive case
(E) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire even
even sounds odd when compared with D
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Re: Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2013, 08:17
mikemcgarry wrote:
Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland chief executive, many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire if he had not projected such a genial, middle-of-the-road persona.
(A) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(B) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as when he warned about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(C) it might have aroused controversy and ire, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, when President Eisenhower made assertions
(D) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire
(E) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire even


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I narrowed down to D and E, but marked E. what is wrong with 'even' in E

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Re: Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2013, 10:25
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mikemcgarry wrote:
Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland chief executive, many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire if he had not projected such a genial, middle-of-the-road persona.
(A) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(B) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as when he warned about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(C) it might have aroused controversy and ire, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, when President Eisenhower made assertions
(D) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire
(E) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire even


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I narrowed down to D and E, but marked E. what is wrong with 'even' in E

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Its not E because the word 'even' changes the meaning of the sentence.

controversy and ire are aroused only if he had not projected such a genial, middle-of-the-road persona
It does not say that: Even if he had not projected such a genial, middle-of-the-road persona, it arouses controversy and ire.

Hope that makes sense
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Re: Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland [#permalink] New post 05 Oct 2013, 01:17
Agree with sahil...also want to point out that "although" is used and then using "even" is wrong to close the sentence....i.e. two changers... "E" is out
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Re: Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland [#permalink] New post 05 Oct 2013, 19:07
same case with me and finally picked E thinking that it would be a better choice over D .
Thanks igotthis for explanation.

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mikemcgarry wrote:
Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland chief executive, many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire if he had not projected such a genial, middle-of-the-road persona.
(A) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(B) many of President Eisenhower’s assertions, such as when he warned about a military-industrial complex, might have aroused controversy and ire
(C) it might have aroused controversy and ire, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, when President Eisenhower made assertions
(D) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire
(E) President Eisenhower made many assertions, such as his warning about a military-industrial complex, that might have aroused controversy and ire even


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I narrowed down to D and E, but marked E. what is wrong with 'even' in E

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Re: Though generally regarded as a fairly undramatic, even bland   [#permalink] 05 Oct 2013, 19:07
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