Suppose the Parliament in England makes a commitment to become a permanent member of a multinational body. It can be ...

Austin on June 1, 2016


What in the passage allows me to infer this? Thanks!


Mehran on June 6, 2016

Hi @austinsheehy, thanks for your question. Look at lines 28-31 ("The absence of limitations upon the legal power of monarchs meant that there was no law or commitment monarchs could make that they could not also unmake or disregard."). Combine that with the last lines in the passage (59-63) which discuss how now it is Parliament that is unfettered in this way.

Taken together, these pieces of the passage support answer choice (C).

Hope this helps! And good luck tomorrow!