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To hold criminals responsible for their crimes involves a failure to recognize that criminal actions, like all actions, are ultimately products of the environment that forged the agentâ€™s character. It is not criminals but people in the law-abiding majority who by their actions do most to create and maintain this environment. Therefore, it is law-abiding people whose actions, and nothing else, make them alone truly responsible for crime.
The reasoning in the argument is most vulnerable to criticism on the grounds that:
(A) it exploits an ambiguity in the term â€œenvironmentâ€
I would have to go with E, because the criminal is also a part of the enivronment and helps to create it, but in later part the author says law abiding citizens alone are responsible, I sense this as the contradiction.
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