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In this question, the main idea is regarding preserving equal equations before the consumer and the supplied. Wouldn't B weaken the idea better than D.

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In this question, the main idea is regarding preserving equal equations before the consumer and the supplied. Wouldn't B weaken the idea better than D.

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The passage is about equality before the law (i.e. law should treat everyone equally), not equality of power (i.e., everyone should have equal power). Hence B is irrelevant.

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The confusion between C and D is indeed valid,,, question needs to be improved.

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Bet 250$ that this is not an GMAT official question

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New post 05 Sep 2017, 03:30
I don't understand what has 'American way of life' to do with this answer. I don't understand the official answer give here. Please help me and other member understand the official explanation for this question.

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