1. Editor + Grudge for Harry - >No publication of poetry
2. Editor Does not read names - > so she cant know who wrote it
-> hence no scope for discrimination (Conclusion)
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Harry Trevalga: You and your publication have unfairly discriminated against my poems. I have submitted thirty poems in the last two years and you have not published any of them! It is all because I won the Fenner Poetry Award two years ago and your poetry editor thought she deserved it.
Publisher: Ridiculous! Our editorial policy and practice is perfectly fair, since our poetry editor judges all submissions for publication without ever seeing the names of the poets, and hence cannot possibly have known who wrote your poems.
The publisher makes which one of the following assumptions in replying to Trevalga charges of unfair discrimination?
(A) The poetry editor does not bear a grudge against Harry Trevalga for his winning the Fenner Poetry Award. Irrelevant
(B) It is not unusual for poets to contribute many poems to the publisher's publication without ever having any accepted for publication.Irrelevant
(C) The poetry editor cannot recognize the poems submitted by Harry Trevalga as his unless Trevalga name is attached to them.
(D) The poetry editorâ€™s decisions on which poems to publish are not based strictly on judgments of intrinsic merit. Irrelevant
(E) Harry Trevalga submitted his poems to the publisherâ€™s publication under his pen name. Irrelevant
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