Most people who betray their country through some form of espionage are driven by irrational desires to feel powerful or important, to seek revenge, or even to take risks. If these people were thinking rationally, they would not be involved in such self-destructive behavior.
The argument above rests on which of the following assumptions?
1-Self-destruction is the most frequent result of espionage.
2-The desire to feel powerful is always irrational.
3-Those involved in espionage do not have rational reasons for their behavior.
4-Espionage is rarely a successful way to gain revenge.
5-Risk-taking is a less frequent motivation for espionage than the desire to feel important.
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