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plentiful

productive

dirty

loose

unproductive

genuine

consistent

favorable

hostile

convenience

clerk : store

cashier : restaurant

lawyer : court

carpenter : construction site

waitress : restaurant

always : never

occasionally : constantly

occasionally : intermittently

sad : gay

never : always

intentional : unintentional

vivid : dull

real : simulated

intentional : accidental

real : extraneous

crime, entire

squalor, redolent

terror , besieged

litter, renovated

penury , slum

digressive

disingenuous

discerning

demoniac

disputatious

petulant, eager

avid , thirsty

parsimonious , niggardly

vacillating , resolute

phlegmatic , ardent

pessimist

optimist

philanthropist

profiteer

rationalist

abjure, admire

venerate, revere

intimidate, encourage

mulct, despise

revile, canonize

is good or better than the new one

is as good or best than the new playground

are as good or better than the new playground

are as good as or better than the new playground

are as good as or better than those of the new playground

of , to

to, in

in, in

over, in

of, at

quiet and timid

barely good enough

aggravating

rapetitious

excellent

list

catalogue

group

record

a list of issues

Question 27, 28, 29 and 30 are based on the following reading.

In the long run a government will always encroach upon", ›: freedom to the extent to which it has the power to do so: this 5 almost a natural law of politics, since, whatever  the intentions of , • the men who exercise political power, the sheer momentum of government leads to a constant pressure upon the liberties of the g citizen, But in many countries society has responded by throwing up its own defenses in the shape of social classes or organized corporations which, enjoying economic power and popular support, have been able to set limits to the scope of action of the executive. Such, for example, in England was the origin of all our liberties  won from government ,by the stand first of the feudal nobility, then-  of churches and political parties, and latterly of trade unions, commercial organizations, and the societies for promoting various causes. Even in European lands which were arbitrarily ruled, the', powers of the monarchy, though absolute in theory, were in thee, exercise checked in a similar fashion. Indeed the fascist dictatorship of today are the first truly tyrannical governments which western Europe has known for centuries, and they have been rendered possible only because on coming to power they destroyed all forms of organization which were in any way rivals to the state.


limited power of monarchies

the ideal of liberal government

functions of trade union

ruthless ways of dictates

safeguards of individual liboerty

trade unions

church

people

nobles

political parties

become more democratic

became fascist

suppress trade unions and social societies

increase individual liberties

assume more power

setting limits to their scope of action

getting things done by sheer momentum

promotiong various causes

1&3

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