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2. A A tactless person lacks sensitivity just as, in Choice A, a penurious person lacks generosity. In Choice B, an imperturbable person is not easily excited but does not lack assurance. In Choice C, an aggrieved person may lack composure but primarily lacks joy. In Choice D, craven and cowardice are similar in meaning, not reflecting opposite traits as would occur in this type of analogy. In Choice E, a bellicose person is inclined to fight; he may or may not have fear. ) 3. B Liberality, in this case meaning generosity, is characteristic of altruism just as independence is characteristic of autonomy, making Choice B the correct answer.
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