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Reading Comprehension: Inference Questions

The author suggests that struggles between management and workers

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We know that organizational theory bases its ideas on incorrect reasons for higher wages (higher profits). Therefore, we can infer that it does not take the real reason, struggles between management and workers, into account.

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Although the passage uses historical examples, it does not imply that struggles between management and workers have ceased.

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The passage states that struggles are the way in which higher wages are attained. It does not mean that every struggle results in higher wages.

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The passage says nothing about what processes lead to struggles between management and workers.

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While the passage refers to struggles that attempt to translate higher profits to higher wages, it does not imply that struggles for wages occur only in companies which have increased their profits. Struggles may occur elsewhere, even though the passage focuses on this type of struggle.

are not taken into account by proponents of organizational theory
only occured in the past
inevitably lead to higher wages
come about as a result of rational deliberation by workers
only occur in firms which have increased their profits