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Sven: Trade unions are traditionally regarded by governments

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Sven: Trade unions are traditionally regarded by governments [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2004, 06:22
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Sven: Trade unions are traditionally regarded by governments and economists as restraints of trade, working against the complete freedom of the economy, but I believe that unions are indispensable since they are often the worker’s only protection against exploitation.
Ravi: I don’t agree. The exploitation of the workers and their work is a normal part of ordinary trade just like the exploitation of natural or other material resources.

Sven and Ravi will not be able to resolve their disagreement logically unless they

(A) define a key term
(B) rely on the opinions of established authorities
(C) question an unproved premise
(D) present supporting data
(E) distinguish fact from opinion
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2004, 06:30
I think it is A. They have to decide whether they want to discuss the fact mentioned by the government and economists or they want to discuss the supporting fact about unions legitimacy
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2004, 18:17
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define exploitation and clarify what they intended.
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2004, 18:34
A with the crowd
Sven's definition: to take advantage of
Ravi's definition: to produce wealth with an underlying resource should it be natural/financial/labour
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Aug 2004, 00:19
OA is A
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