22. In the quotation in lines 61-64, George Will primarily draws attention to
(A) a weakness inherent in cloning theory (B) a goal that some advocates of cloning might share
(C) the limitations of human individuality (D) the likelihood that children will rebel against their parents
(E) the extent to which a cloned person might differ from the original person
2005年5月SAT真题原题23. Both passages base their arguments on the unstated assumption that
(A) genetic distinctiveness is crucial to human survival as a species
(B) public concern about human cloning will eventually diminish
(C) human cloning is a genuine possibility in the future
(D) individualism is less prized today than it has been in the past
(E) technological advances have had a mostly positive impact on society
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