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One of the ironies of contemporary history

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One of the ironies of contemporary history

Post Fri Sep 22, 2017 1:29 pm
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    One of the ironies of contemporary history is that legitimate democratic processes have been exploited for the creation of anti-democratic regimes and when they promulgated and enforced laws denying the right to non-violent political opposition.

    A. that legitimate democratic processes have been exploited for the creation of anti-democratic regimes and when they promulgated and enforced laws denying the right to non-violent political opposition

    B. that legitimate democratic processes have been exploited for the creation of anti-democratic regimes and for the promulgation and enforcement of laws denying the right to non-violent political opposition

    C. the exploitation of legitimate democratic processes to create anti-democratic regimes and the promulgation and enforcement of laws denying the right to non-violent political opposition

    D. that legitimate democratic processes have been exploited for the creation of anti-democratic regimes as well as the promulgation and enforcing of laws denying the right to non-violent political opposition

    E. how legitimate democratic processes have been exploited for the creation of anti-democratic regimes and their promulgating laws that deny the right to non-violent political opposition and enforcing them

    What Option will give us the intended meaning? Please help me on this experts?

    OA B

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    Post Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:50 am
    Experts, I can not find the mistake in option A. Why it is wrong?

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