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    The fearless masses

    Please, check if the passage below is grammatically correct. Thanks.

    The fearless masses, animated by their success and willing to sacrifice, do not accept partial solutions and insist on one solution, that Mubarak and his son will quit all their governmental posts. But they do not have a replacement that can run the country instead. Although in Egypt there are some experienced politicians, very likely they will not be able to control the people as effectively as Mubarak. Therefore, even if the masses succeed in overthrowing both Mubarak and his son, they could still find themselves in the same difficult economic situation and in addition quarrelling over the identity of Mubarak's successor. Obviously, such circumstances could potentially lead the country to complete chaos.

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    Re: The fearless masses

    Quote Originally Posted by motico View Post
    Please, check if the passage below is grammatically correct. Thanks.

    The fearless masses, animated by their success and willing to sacrifice, do not accept partial solutions and insist on one solution: that Mubarak and his son must quit all their governmental posts. But they do not have a replacement who can run the country instead. Although in Egypt there are some experienced politicians, very likely they will not be able to control the people as effectively as Mubarak. Therefore, even if the masses succeed in overthrowing both Mubarak and his son, they could still find themselves in the same difficult economic situation and in addition quarrelling over the identity of Mubarak's successor. Obviously, such circumstances could potentially lead the country to complete chaos.
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