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Some historians argue that at least in so far as the broad strokes are concerned, cataclysmic events such as the Great Depression are______________ due to what some have termed “the inertia of history.”

□ ineluctable
□ incontrovertible
□ interminable
□ infallible
□ inexorable
□ unspeakable

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Ineluctable, Inexorable
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Re: Some historians argue that at least in so far as [#permalink] New post 11 Nov 2017, 01:12
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Re: Some historians argue that at least in so far as [#permalink] New post 11 Nov 2017, 04:08
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Actually, the meaning if the question is this: cyclical phenomenon such as the Great Depression will happen, for sure.

You need to words that says: it will happen without shadows of the doubts.

A and E are this meaning and are two alike words, with the same meaning.

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