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The quotient group X = N/C is an almost simple group with Soc(X) = S1 C/C. 4. Suppose that U is a core-free maximal subgroup of G. 5. The subgroup U ∩ Soc(G) is maximal with respect to being a proper U -invariant subgroup of Soc(G). 6. 19, the group G, acting by conjugation on the elements of the set {S1 , . . , Sn }, induces the structure of a G-set on I. Write ρ : G −→ Sym(n) for this action. The kernel of this action is Ker(ρ) = n ρ i=1 NG (Si ) = Y . Therefore G/Y is isomorphic to a subgroup G = Pn ρ of Sym(n).

If for each i = 1, . . , k we write Ti = Si1 × · · · × Sir , where all the Sij are isomorphic copies of a non-abelian simple group S, then we can put Soc(G) = (S11 × · · · × S1r ) × · · · × (Sk1 × · · · × Skr ). The projection of L ∩ Soc(G) on each simple component is surjective. 40 (23), L∩Soc(G) = D∈∆ L∩Soc(G) diagonal subgroups and the partition ∆ of the set {11, . . , 1r, . . , k1, . . , kr} associated with L ∩ Soc(G) is a set of blocks for the action of L. Observe that M1 × 1 × · · · × 1 ≤ L ∩ Soc(G).

Hawkes (see [CFH68]) for soluble groups, and for ﬁnite groups in general by J. Lafuente (see [Laf78]). A further contribution is given by D. W. Barnes (see [Bar72]), for soluble groups, and again by J. Lafuente [Laf 89] for ﬁnite groups in general, describing the bijection in terms of common supplements. But if we restrict our arguments to a proper subset of the set of all maximal subgroups, we ﬁnd that this is no longer true. For instance, in the elementary abelian group G of order 4, there are three maximal subgroups, say A, B, and C.