Appropriate Quotation

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QUESTION 1 (1 POINT)
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[Original:] Most editors test their covers in focus groups in an endless search for the magic that will make their magazines fly off the shelves and to avoid costly mistakes. Katharine Q. Seelye
Question 1 options: a or b
a
Seelye argues that magazine editors are seeking the magic that will make their magazines fly off the shelves (604).
b
Seelye argues that editors the magic that will make their magazines fly off the shelves (604).

QUESTION 2 (1 POINT)
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[Original:] To be very clear, then, I am not criticizing the work of Habitat for Humanity. –Diana George
Question 2 options: a or b
a
Although their advertisements are the subject of her analysis, George is careful to state “I am not criticizing the work of Habitat for Humanity” (623).
b
Although their advertisements are the subject of her analysis, George’s statement that “I am not criticizing the work of Habitat for Humanity” (623).

QUESTION 3 (1 POINT)
Question 3 Unsaved
[Original:] Anecdotally, adolescent vegetarianism seems to be rising, thanks in part to YouTube animal slaughter videos that shock the developing sensibilities of many U.S. children. But there isn’t enough long-term data to prove that, according to government researchers. –Mike Stobbe
Question 3 options: or b
a
Increasingly adolescents are becoming vegetarian, thanks to “YouTube animal slaughter videos that shock the developing sensibilities of many U.S. children” (Stobbe 649).
b
If more adolescents are becoming vegetarian, it may be related to “YouTube animal slaughter videos that shock the developing sensibilities of many U.S. children” (Stobbe 649).

QUESTION 4 (1 POINT)
Question 4 Unsaved
[Original:] Regressive changes in governmental tax policies the weakening of labor unions over the last quarter century have led to a significant rise in the level of inequality between the rich and the middle class. –Gregory Mantsios
Question 4 options: a or b
a
Mantsios counters that “Regressive changes in governmental tax policies” and loss of influence for organized labor “have led to a significant rise in the level of inequality between the rich and the middle class” (701).
b
Mantsios counters that “regressive changes” tax policy along with a loss of influence for organized labor helped create a “significant rise in the level of inequality” between wealthy and middle-income Americans (701).

QUESTION 5 (1 POINT)
Question 5 Unsaved
[Original:] Grief turns out to be a place none of us know until we reach it. –Joan Didion
Question 5 options: a or b
a
Didion’s suggestion that “grief turns out to be a place none of us know until we reach it” (929).
b
Didion suggests that “grief turns out to be a place none of us know until we reach it” (929).

QUESTION 6 (1 POINT)
Question 6 Unsaved
[Original:] Following a rule of good manners may mean doing something you do not want to do, and the weird rhetoric of our self-indulgent age resists the idea that we have such things as obligations to others. –Stephen L. Carter
Question 6 options: a or b
a
Describing a decline in the behavior of young people, Stephen L. Carter worries that “the weird rhetoric of [this] self-indulgent age resists the idea” of self-control and good manners (672).
b
Describing a decline in the behavior of young people, Stephen L. Carter worries that “the weird rhetoric of a self-indulgent age resists the idea that we should have” self-control and good manners (672).

QUESTION 7 (1 POINT)
Question 7 Unsaved
[Original:] Already he thinks of himself as someone who will give away what he has to those in need. –Jay Parini
Question 7 options: a or b
a
Parini says of Warren Buffett that “Already he thinks of himself as someone who will give away what he has to those in need” (938).
b
Parini says of Warren Buffett that “already he thinks of himself as someone who will give away what he has to those in need” (938).

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