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Senator Baxter's suggestion of the United States being able to cut all

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Senator Baxter's suggestion of the United States being able to cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 raised great controversy in the press.

A of the United States being able to cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 raised great controversy in the press
B of the ability of the United States to cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 raised great controversy in the press
C that the United States can cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 has raised great controversy in the press
D that the United States would be able to cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 raised in the press great controversy
E which has raised great controversy in the press is that the United States will be able to cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025
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Answer will be : E

I'm confused between C&E

It would be great help if someone explain this

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Answer will be : E

I'm confused between C&E

It would be great help if someone explain this

Thanks in advance

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hello, you can find the full explanation, and more helps of verbal experts from Magoosh blob. Here is the link, https://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/gmat-sent ... struction/

For your querry aand confusion.
Senator Baxter's suggestion of the United States being able to cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 raised great controversy in the press.

C that the United States can cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 has raised great controversy in the press -> direct voice

E which has raised great controversy in the press is that the United States will be able to cut all dependence on foreign oil by 2025 => "which" wrongly modifies suggestion. Also, present perfect is inappropriate; simple tense is better here. "is that..." changes the meaning.
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