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# There is little point in looking to artists for insights

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There is little point in looking to artists for insights into political issues. Most of them hold political views that are less insightful than those of any reasonably well-educated person who is not an artist. Indeed, when taken as a whole, the statements made by artists, including those considered to be great, indicate that artistic talent and political insight are rarely found together.

Which one of the following can be inferred from the passage?

(A) There are no artists who have insights into political issues.
(B) A thorough education in art makes a person reasonably well educated.
(C) Every reasonably well-educated person who s not an artist has more insight into political issues than any artist.
(D) Politicians rarely have any artistic talent.
(E) Some artists are no less politically insightful than some reasonably well-educated persons who are not artists.

Can somebody explain pls.
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Neelabh Mahesh

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01 Feb 2008, 06:57
E for sure. A, D and E are irrelevant and can be eliminated pretty quickly.

C is a close contender, but is too strong in its use of the word 'every'...and E actually is supported by whats in the passage.

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01 Feb 2008, 08:10
i thought its C but the explanation given above is rite..the word every makes C a strong statement..

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