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New post 29 Jul 2004, 09:34
A, C and E are definitely ruled out.

We are left with B and D.

The author seems to indicate that the upbringing in the college, not the place of birth or family's orientation, decides whether the students are Liberal or Conservative. D seems to indicate just that.
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B is my FA.

D can be refuted because we are just talking about the sample. It may not be repreentative of all students in the institution.

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New post 29 Jul 2004, 17:36
I'd go with B
D) The determining factor could also be the regional district, not necessarily the state or private orientation of the college
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New post 30 Jul 2004, 00:51
I will also sign for B. Same logic as Paul's

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New post 14 Aug 2004, 18:53
Definately B.. nothing else comes close.

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OA is B

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