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Chris Anderson, editor of Wired magazine, has always been a

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Chris Anderson, editor of Wired magazine, has always been a [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2017, 03:55
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Chris Anderson, editor of Wired magazine, has always been a huge ___________ of the philosophy that all information “wants to be free”; interesting, then, that his latest book retailed for $29.99, and Wired still charges for subscriptions.
A. detractor
B. champion
C. gadfly
D. chump
E. critic
F. proponent

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Champion, proponent

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Re: Chris Anderson, editor of Wired magazine, has always been a [#permalink] New post 08 Oct 2017, 13:09
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Explanation

The second half of this sentence (after the semicolon) tells you that Chris Anderson charges money for his products, and is introduced by an ironic “interesting.”

This makes it likely that he supports the idea of information being free. Champion and proponent both imply support (detractor and critic are a pair with the opposite meaning of what you want).

Hence options champion, proponent are correct!
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