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1. The first paragraph of Passage 1 primarily serves to

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2. Passage 1 most strongly suggests what about the American struggle against England?

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3. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?

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4. As used in line 5, “resource” most nearly means

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5. Based on Passage 2, Chalmers would most likely agree with what about the British constitution?

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6. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?

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7. As used in line 47, “advantageous” most nearly means

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8. Which choice identifies a central tension between the two passages?

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9. Paine in Passage 1 would most likely
characterize the position taken by Chalmers in lines 46-49 in Passage 2 (“In short... one”) as

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10. In the context of each passage as a whole, the statements in lines 18-19 (“Nothing . . . argument”) of Passage 1 and lines 46-49 (“In short . . . one”) of Passage 2 primarily function to help each speaker

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