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As part of our program to halt the influx of illegal immigrants, the a

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As part of our program to halt the influx of illegal immigrants, the administration is proposing the creation of a national identity card. The card would be available only to U.S. citizens and to registered aliens, and all persons would be required to produce the card before they could be given a job. Of course, such a system holds the potential, however slight, for the abuse of civil liberties. Therefore, all personal information gathered through this system would be held strictly confidential, to be released only by authorized personnel under appropriate circumstances. Those who are in compliance with U.S. laws would have nothing to fear from the identity card system.

In evaluating the above proposal, a person concerned about the misuse of confidential information would be most interested in having the author clarify the meaning of which of the following phrases?


(A) “all persons” (line 5)
(B) “however slight” (line 7)
(C) “civil liberties” (line 8)
(D) “appropriate circumstances” (line 11)
(E) “U.S. laws” (line 2)
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D for me.

We are facing a risk: misuse of confidential info.
"all persons" has nothing to do with this risk, "civil liberties" and "US laws" are too broad or too large in meaning to be clarified.

What matters the most is not quantifying the risk in itself but clarifying what is done to eliminate the risk.

SO for me "appropriate circumstances" is the node, the point to clarify.
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D is appropriate. actually i dont want to be a lawyer, so this is kind of weird question
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New post 07 Apr 2020, 15:59
What question type under CR would this fall into?
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