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Current legislation that requires designated sections for smokers and nonsmokers on the premises of privately owned businesses is an intrusion into the privately owned businesses that cannot be justified. The fact that studies indicate that nonsmokers might be harmed by inhaling the smoke from others' cigarettes is not the main issue. Rather, the main issue concerns the government's violation of the right of private businesses to determine their own policies and rule.

Which one of the following is principle that, if accepted, could enable the conclusion to be properly drawn?

(A) Government intrusion into the policies and rules of private businesses

is justified only when individuals might be harmed.

(B) The right of individuals to breathe safe air supersedes the right of

businesses to be free from government intrusion.

(C) The right of businesses to self-determination overrides whatever right

or duty the government may have to protect the individual.

(D) It is the duty of private businesses to protect employees from harm in

the workplace.
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 [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2004, 12:08
C.

Only if we assume C we will not be able to make the conclusion.
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 [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2004, 13:02
Initially went for A, But settled onto C
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 [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2004, 17:13
This is a simple Q C should be it.
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 [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2004, 18:13
Agree with concensus. It's pretty straighforward
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