For each word given below choose the correct meaning (as used in the passage) from the options provided: perilous
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The author refers to his own experience as a child during the Bengal famine of 1943 in order to-
1.Illustrate how religiosity may instill passive acceptance of even the worst forms of starvation among people.
2.Repudiate the argument that religious discrimination usually tends to inspire violent protests.
3.Substantiate his assertion that it is not unusual to have the most intense suffering and misery coexist with complete peace.
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1.weak and delicate
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1.society plagued by recurrent famines can never witness political revolution.
2.Religious discrimination inevitably leads to violence and strife.
3.Famines and starvation do not necessarily result in political rebellion.
Posted Date:-2021-12-16 22:09:05
The author asserts that basing anti-poverty measures on the avowed connections between poverty and violence has certain apparent benefits because:
1.poverty is similar to religious exploitation in terms of the potential violent consequences.
2.it leads to allocation of more resources on anti-poverty policies.
3.the widespread concern about war and violence provides a rationale for poverty-removal that appeals to the 'self-interest of persons
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The author believes that it may not be advisable to emphasis on the connection between poverty and violence as:
1.Emphasis on such connection appeals only to self-interest of persons.
2.Linking poverty and violence undermines the moral character of anti-poverty measures.
3.There is no necessary link between poverty and inequality.
Posted Date:-2021-12-17 01:36:34
What has the author said about poverty removal? Which of the following combination of sentence best summarizes the answer?
1.Religion and community are associated with global violence. Poverty and inequality a associated with religious strife. The public is anxious about the disorders and wards of the rich
2.More resources are allocated for poverty removal. This has greater political relevance than moral It is a perilous route to take for a worthy cause
3.Global poverty and inequality are in the minds of most people. Poverty removal is seen as a way to eliminate turmoil and strife. There is an indirect justification of poverty removal not for own sake
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1.Religion is inextricably linked with violence.
2.Basing anti-poverty programmers on the need for avoidance of violence and strife is dotted with many pitfalls.
3.Global poverty and inequality are one of the fundamental causes of global violence and strife.
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1.History is replete w instance of famines that have occurred without there being much violent protest.
2.Economic debility in turn inhibits political freedom.
3.Many writers and critics are increasingly advocating for stronger policies on poverty removal on the ground that this would help prevent political turmoil.
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