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In each of the following questions, four sentences are given between the sentences numbered $1$ and $6$. You are required to arrange the four sentences so that all six together make a logical paragraph.

1. Hiss was serving as head of the Endowment on Aug $3, 1948$, when Whittaker Chambers reluctantly appeared before the House Un-American Activities Committee.

A. Chambers, a portly rumpled man with a melodramatic style, had been a Communist courier but had broken with the party in $1938$.

B. When Nixon arranged a meeting of the two men in New York, Chambers repeated his charges and Hiss his denials.

C. Summoned as a witness, Hiss denied he had ever been a Communist or had known Chambers.

D. He told the Committee that among the members of a secret Communist cell in Washington during the $‘30s$ was Hiss.

6. Then, bizarrely, Hiss asked Chambers to open his mouth.

4. ACDB