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# Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when

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12 May 2004, 07:02
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Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when the ownership of both property and the means of production is regarded as an inalienable right of an individualâ€™s, and it is not a license granted by government and revokable at whim.

(A) is regarded as an inalienable right of an individualâ€™s, and it is not
(B) are regarded as individualsâ€™ inalienable rights, and that it not be
(C) is regarded as an individualâ€™s inalienable right, not as
(D) are regarded as an individualâ€™s inalienable rights, not when they are
(E) is regarded as the inalienable rights of an individual, not when it is

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12 May 2004, 07:13
marine wrote:
Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when the ownership of both property and the means of production is regarded as an inalienable right of an individualâ€™s, and it is not a license granted by government and revokable at whim.

(A) is regarded as an inalienable right of an individualâ€™s, and it is not
(B) are regarded as individualsâ€™ inalienable rights, and that it not be
(C) is regarded as an individualâ€™s inalienable right, not as
(D) are regarded as an individualâ€™s inalienable rights, not when they are
(E) is regarded as the inalienable rights of an individual, not when it is

B, D - incorrect (singular nown), C is correct. E - incorrect (is ... rightS), A - incorrect (an individual's).

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12 May 2004, 07:41
C should be it.
" regarded as" refers to ownership and hence needs a singular verb.
A,C and E qualify.

A has a awkward usage "inalienable right of an individual’s" it should be "inalienable right of an individual"

E has a comparision error. it should be "inalienable right of an individual"

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12 May 2004, 11:46
C from my side too.

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12 May 2004, 14:36
marine wrote:
Some analysts contend that true capitalism exists only when the ownership of both property and the means of production is regarded as an inalienable right of an individualâ€™s, and it is not a license granted by government and revokable at whim.

(A) is regarded as an inalienable right of an individualâ€™s, and it is not
(B) are regarded as individualsâ€™ inalienable rights, and that it not be
(C) is regarded as an individualâ€™s inalienable right, not as
(D) are regarded as an individualâ€™s inalienable rights, not when they are
(E) is regarded as the inalienable rights of an individual, not when it is

C is correct
"is" is right, A wrong const, E shud be "right" instead of "rights" ...

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