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261. During the 1980s it became clear that soliciting private funds was far more efficient for environmentalists who sought financial aid than to go to state or federal agencies.

(A) that soliciting private funds was far more efficient for environmentalists who sought financial aid
(B) that for environmentalists who sought financial aid, it was far more efficient to solicit private funds
(C) that for environmentalists seeking financial aid, private organizations were far more efficient to go to
(D) for environmentalists seeking financial aid, going to private organizations was far more efficient
(E) for environmentalists who sought financial aid, private organizations were far more efficient

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(B) that for environmentalists who sought financial aid, it was far more efficient to solicit private funds

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(A) that soliciting private funds was far more efficient for environmentalists who sought financial aid
->the two parts are not parallel

(B) that for environmentalists who sought financial aid, it was far more efficient to solicit private funds
->" to solicit private funds than to go to" is correct usage of parallel construction.

(C) that for environmentalists seeking financial aid, private organizations were far more efficient to go to
->"private org. were far more effecient to go to" is wrong grammar in this context

(D) for environmentalists seeking financial aid, going to private organizations was far more efficient
->"it became clear for..." is wron usage

(E) for environmentalists who sought financial aid, private organizations were far more efficient
->"it became clear for..." is wrong usage

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