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    Human history abounds in claims and theories confining the right of governing to a few select citizens. Exclusion of the many is justified on the ground that human beings may be rightfully segregated for the good of society and viability of the political process.

    Which one of the following statements is least essential as a part of the argument in the above passage?

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    1. Man seeks control over external things affecting him.

    2. In society, there are 'super' and 'sub' human beings.

    3. Exceptions to universal citizen participation are conducive to systemic efficacy.

    4. Governing implies recognition of disparities in individual capacities.

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