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In a new book about the antiparty feeling of the early political leade

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New post 22 Jul 2018, 10:58
earnit wrote:
Could anyone please explain why option A is only chosen for Question 4 ( Which of the following provides LEAST Support)

My take from a given line in the passage: Since Commerce starting coming up under Jackson's rule, Commercialization was considered as the enemy of the classical ideals.........Although Ketcham does not cover this STRUGGLE.

So basically what is implied is that commerce had to struggle to come its way up. Then WHY is option A which in a way states that struggle(many protests against commercialization) considered as the one that provides LEAST support?

Please clarify.
Would be really helpful.


Same doubt.
Somebody please explain this.
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New post 02 Aug 2018, 10:44
Still confused about how to approach questions such as Q4,?
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