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This passage is adapted from a speech delivered by Rafael Palma of the Philippines on November 22, 1919, as a senator for the country's fourth district. In the passage, Palma discusses the reasons that women should be allowed to vote. Palma's speech was delivered in the context of the first session of the fifth Filipino legislature, which was preparing to vote on the question of female suffrage.
1. In this speech, the role that Palma plays can best be described as that of
2. Based on the information in lines 1-7, it can be inferred that at the time that Palma gave his speech women were
3. As used in line 30, "check" most nearly means
4. Based on the information presented in Palma's speech, it can be inferred that some of those who oppose the bill to give women the right to vote
5. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
6. The principal rhetorical effect of the phrase "paralyzation, retrogression, disorganization, or destruction" in lines 57-58 is to
7. Palma refers to "great social upheavals" in order to
8. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
9. As used in the passage, "marked" in line 81 most nearly means
10. In the final paragraph of the passage (lines 79-88), Palma's attitude toward those who oppose female suffrage can best be described as
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