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5. The author of the passage would most likely to agree with which of following statements about Ketcham?

(A) He overemphasizes the influence of classical ideals on the first six Presidents of the United States.

(B) He fails to recognize that classical ideals had little influence on politics in the United States.

(C) He does not pay adequate attention to the negative aspects of the first six Presidents??? commitment to classical ideals.

(D) He inaccurately suggests that classical ideals gave rise to our modern notion of democracy.

(E) He underestimates the effect of ideologies other than the humanist tradition on the first six Presidents.


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Ketcham is so strongly committed to justifying the classical ideals, however, that he underestimates the advantages of their decline.


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