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# chicago, where industrial growth in the 19th century was

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chicago, where industrial growth in the 19th century was more rapid than any other american city, was plagued by labor troubles like the pullman strikes in 1894.

a. where industrial growth in the 19th century was more rapid than any other american city
b. which had industrial growth in the 19th century more rapid than that of other american cities
c. which had growth industrially more rapid than any other american city in the 19th century
d. whose industrial growth in the 19th century was more rapid than any other american city
e. whose industrial growth in the 19th century was more rapid than that of any other american city

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22 Jan 2004, 08:34
One more for E.....this choice logially compares growth of Chicago with THAT of other cities

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22 Jan 2004, 09:26
I'd like E a lot more if it started with "where".

After all, one doesn't ask "Who is Chicago?"

But I was never good at that stuff, anyway.

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22 Jan 2004, 10:21
I'd say E. E is not perfect , i.e. where would be better but we have to go with the best choice not the perfect one.
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22 Jan 2004, 11:11
Not getting infuenced by posts of other GC members ..I would like to go for A.

'Where' seems much more right than 'Whose'.

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23 Jan 2004, 17:32
A is incorrect because it compares 2 disparate things: industrial growth in Chicao to a city.

E is the only choice which fixes this.

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23 Jan 2004, 20:48
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23 Jan 2004, 20:52
Don't we normally see an official answer around now?

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23 Jan 2004, 20:53

Over all E makes more sense than A

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27 Jan 2004, 07:15
sorry to keep you waited, guys!!

official answer is indeed (e), but is it right to refer to "city" as "whose"? this hesitation of mine was the only reason why i did not choose (e), although everything else is in good and proper place in this sentence.

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sorry, guys   [#permalink] 27 Jan 2004, 07:15
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