According to the passage, Kerber argued that political leaders thought that the form of government adopted by the United States after the American Revolution depended on which of the following for its success?
The passage suggests that, with regard to the history of women’s education in the United States, Kerber’s work differs from Woody’s primarily concerning which of the following?
The passage suggests that Woody would have agreed with which of the following claims regarding “An Essay on Woman”?
According to the passage, within the field of educational history, Thomas Woody’s 1929 work was
According to the passage, Kerber maintained that which of the following led to an increase in educational opportunities for women in the United States after the American Revolution?
Information in the passage suggests that which of the following is true of carotenoids that a male animal uses for detoxification processes?
The passage implies which of the following about the insects from which animals acquire carotenoids?
The passage suggests that relatively bright carotenoidbased coloration is a signal of which of the following characteristics in males of certain animal species?
The idea that carotenoid-based coloration is significant partly because carotenoids are required for health suggests that a lack of bright coloration in a male is most likely to indicate which of the following?
According to the “conventional view” referred to in line 13 of the passage, brighter carotenoid-based coloration in certain species suggests that an individual