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Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for the slaughter of 6 million Jews.


(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused

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D and E are both viable options.
I would ignore this SC.
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IMO E

D corrects the modifier error, but it was the policies of hitler that caused not the hitler in this context.

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Bunuel wrote:
Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for the slaughter of 6 million Jews.


(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused




(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused



Hitler's policy caused the slaughter not Hitler
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Bunuel wrote:
Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for the slaughter of 6 million Jews.


(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused


A, B and C incorrectly refers to policies instead of hitler. Eliminate.
D has meaning error. Hitler did not the deaths, his policies did. cannot change the original meaning of the sentence.
E should be correct.
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Bunuel wrote:
Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for the slaughter of 6 million Jews.


(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused


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This question involves a dangling modifier. Were the policies Germany’s most infamous leader? No. Then they should not go first in the second part of the sentence. That eliminates choices A, B and C. Choice E is not as efficient as D. Choice D is the correct answer.
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Bunuel wrote:
Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for the slaughter of 6 million Jews.


(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused



Dear Bunuel

Why do you tag the source of the question as 'others', while it is Manhattan's question. This will cause problem during the search under Manhattan question.
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Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for the slaughter of 6 million Jews.


(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused



Dear Bunuel

Why do you tag the source of the question as 'others', while it is Manhattan's question. This will cause problem during the search under Manhattan question.


This is MANHATTAN REVIEW not MANHATTAN GMAT. No tag for MANHATTAN REVIEW.
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Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for the slaughter of 6 million Jews.


(A) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler’s policies were responsible for

(B) Germany’s most infamous leader, the policies of Hitler caused

(C) More infamous than other leaders of Germany, the policies of Hitler were responsible for

(D) Germany’s most infamous leader, Hitler caused

(E) Hitler, Germany’s most infamous leader, pursued policies that caused


Dear GMATGuruNY

Can you please chim in with your thoughts about choice E? As per Manhattan, it is not efficient as choice D? What does that mean?

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This is MANHATTAN REVIEW not MANHATTAN GMAT. No tag for MANHATTAN REVIEW.


Sorry but what is he difference? Is not it a book or product by same company 'Manhattan"?
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D: Hitler caused millions of death-deaths may be accidental or may be actively pursued.

E: Hitler pursued policies which led to millions dead. This options conclusively identifies that Hitler pursued policies which led to deaths.

I assume meaning and context beats concision.

I think E should be the answer. What am I missing???

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Your thoughts on D Vs E

Hitler caused? A person caused?
Rather than his policies?

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Dear Bunuel,

Please provide more clarification regarding the choice D and E

As per the explanation, E is not effficent than D , is not justifiable.

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New post 25 Sep 2018, 09:10
THAT should refer to a singular noun, but here it is referring to policies (plural). so choice E is incorrect.
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Doesn't option D changes the meaning entirely? His policies were responsible for the slaughtering 6 million Jews but option D states, he himself was responsible. Confused between D and E
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New post 25 Sep 2018, 10:27
A B C is wrong (Modifier issue).
D changes the meaning. It tells that Hitler caused the slaughter, as per the intended meaning , policies have caused the slaughter.
So E should be the answer
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Can anyone explain why E is the wrong answer?

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