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Marian Anderson, the famous contralto, did not take success

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Marian Anderson, the famous contralto, did not take
success for granted. We know this because Anderson
had to struggle early in life, and anyone who has to
struggle early in life is able to keep a good
perspective on the world.

The conclusion of the argument follows logically if
which one of the following is assumed?
(A) Anyone who succeeds takes success for
granted.
(B) Anyone who is able to keep a good perspective
on the world does not take success for
granted.
(C) Anyone who is able to keep a good perspective
on the world has to struggle early in life.
(D) Anyone who does not take success for granted
has to struggle early in life.
(E) Anyone who does not take success for granted
is able to keep a good perspective on the
world.

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New post 19 Jul 2007, 05:41
B is my answer

Marian Anderson, the famous contralto, did not take
success for granted. - becasue -assumption ( Anyone who is able to keep a good perspective on the world does not take success for granted. )

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