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When it comes to foreign policy, there really are two Americas. The divisions are at their sharpest over Iraq, but they extend much further. Should America put the “war on terrorism” at the heart of its foreign policy or treat it as just one concern among many? Should America bomb Iran or allow Iran to get the bomb?__________________________
  1. Should it allow the Republicans to pick up the cudgels on behalf of the democrats ?
  2. Should it negotiate with its enemies or wait for them to mend their ways ?
  3. Should it remain as expected- a dyed-in-the-wool realistic nation or turn into a nation with rightist convictions?
  4.  These deep divisions are the legacy of a man whose name will not appear on the ballot in November.
  5. Should it implicate the hardliners and let go of fence-sitters ?


Solution

The correct option is C Should it remain as expected- a dyed-in-the-wool realistic nation or turn into a nation with rightist convictions?

Option (d)

d’ is the correct option since it is obviously a question from the same set of sentiments, which deal with the dilemma that America faces. It deals with foreign policy. ‘a’, ‘c’ and ‘eare conveying different types of dilemma but away from foreign policy. ‘b’ can come later but it does not immediately continue the idea left off in the paragraph.

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