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Like many others of his social class , Thomas Jefferson saw

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Like many others of his social class , Thomas Jefferson saw much wrong with the institution of slavery, yet nevertheless, and at the same time, considered it a 'necessary evil'.

A Like many others of his social class
B Like many another of his social class
C As with many others of his social class
D As with others of his social class
E Just as many others of his social class

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Confused between A and C. C sounds OK "WITH" the use of word "WITH". But whether the comparison is between jefferson and others or with the institution of slavery??
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A is the correct answer. This is a Comparison question, and therefore what follows Like or As must be compared with the next noun in the sentence, in this case Thomas Jefferson,/em>. B is incorrect because it uses the unidiomatic many another. As is not idiomatic in comparisons of persons, and therefore we can eliminate C, D, and E. A correctly uses Like, which clearly establishes the similarity among the people compared.

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