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Taxpayer X: We must make a political statement about [#permalink]
22 Mar 2004, 14:21
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Taxpayer X: We must make a political statement about Congressional campaign reform and pass the campaign bill. Only be changing all the steps of the political process can we hope for meaningful political reform.
Taxpayer Y: Our goal should be to get Congress to change the way it works when in session, rather than the way in which members are elected. Only by changing how congress works will we reform Congress.
Which of the following, if true, would strengthen taxpayer XтАЩs argument that the campaign bill would lead to political reform?
A) Other steps in the political process are being reformed.
B) The ways that Congress works when in session have changed drastically during other attempts at political reforms.
C) The campaign bill would effect change in the campaign stage of the political process.
D) The campaign bill proposes that sessions of the Congress be ten days longer.
E) The changes proposed by the campaign bill would not affect Congress until five years have passed.
Last edited by kpadma on 22 Mar 2004, 14:40, edited 1 time in total.
Nice question. I agree with Vivek on D. Same explanation but I also want to add that C merely states the goal to be achieved without giving any substance to X's argument. D, on the other hand, incorporates Y's concern in X's argument _________________
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