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Pluralistic countries have both public and private governments to make and enforce rules of behavior. Individual and private groups provide most of the goods and services, but the regulation is achieved through public governments.


Which of the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the statements above?



A. In the United States most citizens believe in individual freedom; they want as little control as possible from the government.

B. In the USA firm limits are placed on individuals with much liberty being given to the government.

C. Since American government has traditionally benefited those in authority, the trend is for private government to soon give way to the demands of public government in the USA.

D. The above passage does not apply to America which is a democratic government.

E. The above passage is typical of England, not the USA.
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:-D Where did you get one from sangarelli ?

All of them look out of scope here. :)

Taking a shot anyways

B ?

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Guessing .... D

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by POE, i go for D.

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I go for D 2

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New post 02 Oct 2006, 19:32
one more D.
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Whats the OA on this ?

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New post 02 Oct 2006, 22:18
Guyz The OA is (A).Beats me too. :roll:
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New post 02 Oct 2006, 22:33
LOL. ok. :roll:

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I was the closest to A by choosing B :lol:

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