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Reading Comprehension: Application Questions

The government of Connecticut would most likely support which of the following courses of action?

Incorrect.

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Although the actions of the Japanese government in this scenario are moral, we are looking for a case in which a government refuses help to another country because of that country's immoral actions.

Excellent work!

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In this scenario, the government of Switzerland refused to donate money to countries which oppress ethnic minorities, an act deemed by them to be immoral.

Incorrect.

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In this scenario, Britain did not send aid because it could not afford to do so, not because of the potential receiver's immoral actions.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice makes no mention of the morality of the state receiving military aid, which was, in the passage, a crucial factor in Connecticut government's decision to withhold military aid.

Incorrect.

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In this scenario, India's government did not send medical aid because it could not afford to do so, not because of the immoral actions of the potential receivers.

The government of Japan pledged that it would send food and other lifesaving supplies to countries in which more than one-third of the children are starving.
Leaders of Switzerland donated large sums of money to countries recuperating from a recent natural disaster except for those countries which oppress ethnic minorities.
The British Prime Minister announced that his country could not afford to send monetary aid to foreign countries, citing problems at home due to a recession.
Leaders of Spain agreed to sell weapons to citizens of a foreign country rebelling against an oppressive regime.
The government of India did not send medical aid to neighboring countries because its leadership decided that the medical supplies could not be spared from India's hospitals.