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

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khamza wrote:
dream21 wrote:
10 min 41 secs All Correct!!!!

How will one rate this passage in terms Difficulty ?


9:30 and one mistake.

It's an easy passage so I will evaluate it about a 500 pts passage but i'm not a specialist.


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New Question from the passage.

Which of the following best describes the attitude of the first six Presidents toward political parties as it is discussed in the passage?

A) Political parties were essential to the notions of democracy on which the United States government was based.

B) Personal character in leadership was as important as affiliation with a political party.

C) Political parties were one way to ensure that government could meet the needs of all citizens.

D) Political parties, though undesirable, were inevitable in a democratic political system.

E) Political parties represented opposing political interests rather than the general public good.
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