For each of the following questions, arrange the sentences A, B, C, and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence with sentence 1 and sentence 6 as the starting sentence and the concluding sentence respectively.
(1) While Gore made the 2000 election his theme, he laced his remarks with genuine humour.
A- From a strategic perspective, this probably made sense.
B- Given that Gore has been so vocal in his opposition to the Iraq invasion, it’s intriguing he wasn’t the speaker who hammered most on the issue.
C- That role fell to former President Jimmy Carter.
D- Carter, an 80-year-old winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, has engendered much goodwill around the globe over the past two decades, acting as a peace negotiator and monitor for democratic elections in developing countries.
(6) His eminence as a statesman gives him an almost non-ideological air.