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Read the sentence below:
"If the machine of government is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law."
In this context, what does the word agent mean?
The cause of
The muscle of
The power of<< my answer
The result of
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i agree with u
Maybe go with the cause of because agent means a person or thing that causes something to happen and although it makes sense with the first part it may be inconsistent to the second part of the sentence.
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well, I was just thinking also like "cleaning agent" which means product that cleans, which could go both ways, the power to clean, or causing cleanliness, lol idk.... but, I think im just gonna go with my gut feeling. :)
Okay then that's fine I guess, english is mostly gut feeling after all:D