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In the same way as Prohibition with its flood of illegal-and

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In the same way as Prohibition with its flood of illegal-and often lethal-whiskey was a crime-inducing, pathological force in the life of many Americans in the 1920â€™s, so drug addiction has been a destructive and demoralizing force in recent decades.

(A) In the same way as Prohibition with its flood of illegal-and often lethal-whiskey was a crime-inducing, pathological force in the life of many Americans
(B) Just as prohibition with its flood of illegal-and often lethal-whiskey was a crime-inducing, pathological force in the lives of many Americans
(C) Like Prohibition with its flood of illegal-and often lethal-whiskey being a crime-inducing, pathological force in many Americansâ€™ lives
(D) Prohibition with its flood of illegal-and often lethal-whiskey was a crime-inducing, pathological force in the lives of many Americans
(E) Similar to Prohibition with its flood of illegal-and often lethal-whiskey as a crime-inducing, pathological force in the life of many Americans

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10 Nov 2006, 04:48
Just as........ so too...... the correct idiom.
B right choice
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