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# An unbiased observer of everyday encounters in Western

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28 Apr 2006, 07:46
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An unbiased observer of everyday encounters in Western societies would surely not find many instances of unkindness by people under 65 toward people over 65. There are undoubtedly incidents of unkindness based on age, and these warrant reproof. However, the very fact that such reproof occurs and is generally accepted implies that our Western societies basically respect the elderly. The same conclusion can be drawn from a recent survey finding: 71 percent of the under 65 population agreed with the statement that â€œpeople over 65 receive too little respect from societyâ€

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28 Apr 2006, 08:22
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28 Apr 2006, 09:44
I believe it is E
That is because E ties the whole argument together

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29 Apr 2006, 06:15
After rereading, yeah (E) fits in well even though it is a general statement.

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29 Apr 2006, 10:25
GMATT73 wrote:
After rereading, yeah (E) fits in well even though it is a general statement.

Hi GMAT773,
Cna ypu plz explain how did u get E. I am unable to find ne option that suits ?

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30 Apr 2006, 11:48
It is E, the only option that considers both the parameters that the author talks about.

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