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# The Supreme Courts concern with legitimacy is not for the

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25 Dec 2008, 04:55
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The Supreme Court’s concern with legitimacy is not for the sake of the court but the nation to which it is responsible.(A) but the nation to which it is responsible
(B) but for the sake of the nation to which it is responsible
(C) so much as the nation it is responsible to
(D) as the nation it is responsible to
(E) but the nation
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25 Dec 2008, 05:24
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vivektripathi wrote:
The Supreme Court’s concern with legitimacy is not for the sake of the court but the nation to which it is responsible.(A) but the nation to which it is responsible
(B) but for the sake of the nation to which it is responsible
(C) so much as the nation it is responsible to
(D) as the nation it is responsible to
(E) but the nation

Difficult choice between A & B. But I would choose B for parallelism
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25 Dec 2008, 12:03
Not X But Y

A does not make sense if you read the sentence without NOT X.

The Supreme Court’s concern with legitimacy is the nation to which it is responsible.

Legitimacy is the nation does not make any sense.

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