Of the two proposals for solving the traffic problems on Main Street, Chen's plan is better for the city as a whole, as is clear from the fact that the principal supporter of Ripley's plan is Smith Stores. Smith Stores, with its highly paid consultants, knows where its own interest lies and, moreover, has supported its own interests in the past, even to the detriment of the city as a whole.
The stem supports first option because the the other option is supported by some X person which is not in the best interest of the city.So option one is choosen not because its good but coz the other option is bad.
(C) Of the two budget proposals, the mayor's is clearly preferable to the city council's, since the mayor's budget addresses the needs of the city as a whole, whereas the city council is protecting special interests.
In this option ..of the 2 options there is not contrast...an option is chosen and thena justification for that option is given.
E)The planned light-rail system will clearly serve suburban areas well, since its main opponent is the city government, which has always ignored the needs of the suburbs and sought only to protect the interests of the city.
In this option...an option is chosen(planned light-rail system) not because its good but beacuse the other option is bad...
I know I have not done a good job of explaining...but Im sure someone else wud come up with a good one.
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