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Q. Perhaps the most significant and constructive change in

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Q. Perhaps the most significant and constructive change in national politics would be the abolition of the Vice Presidency.

Each of teh following, if true, would strengthen the above argument, except:

A. There are few, if any, specific duties or responsibilities assigned to the Vice Presidency.

B. A historian claimed that the post was "superfluous"

C. People of Presidential claiber refused the vice presidential nomination.

D. The office can waste a good politician for four or eight years.

E. The office puts people in line for the presidency who were not chosen to be president.

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23 Mar 2007, 20:28
I don't think E in anyway affects the arg
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23 Mar 2007, 22:57
B/w B and E,I would go with E...but dont know why B is wrong??

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25 Mar 2007, 05:40
E looks good to me as it doesn't stengthen the argument. Vice president can become president only after getting elected

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Re: CR - Abolition of Vice Pres. [#permalink]

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25 Mar 2007, 17:43
I do not think this question is a real GMAT question because of its strange style.
Anyway, vote B.

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26 Mar 2007, 00:56
(E)
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26 Mar 2007, 01:09
B...E stregthens the idea that the vice president is put in line by the office because he or she is not the president.

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26 Mar 2007, 14:57
my choice would be E.

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26 Mar 2007, 14:57
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