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In the early nineteenth century, as land and resources became more scarce in the western universities, most scientists renounced their home towns to join factions whose access to resources was less restricted.


A.to join factions whose access to resources was less restricted

B.to join factions where there was access to resources that was less restricted

C.joining factions where there was less restricted access to resources

D.to join factions with less restrictions on resources

E.to join factions having less restrictions on resources

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A.to join factions whose access to resources was less restricted - Correct

B.to join factions where there was access to resources that was less restricted - 'where' is used to refer to places. Here 'where' incorrectly refers to 'factions'

C.joining factions where there was less restricted access to resources - Same as B.

D.to join factions with less restrictions on resources - Changes the meaning. The access to the resources was less restricted.

E.to join factions having less restrictions on resources - Same as D.

Answer: A

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