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Good medical care for all citizens is a national problem

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Good medical care for all citizens is a national problem. Older people are running out of Medicare benefits and poor people are running out of Medicaid benefits. Also, it is not uncommon for people who do have insurance to run up bills above their insurance limits. But additional government funding is not the solution. Medical care is available at free clinics. So, the claim that people cannot get good medical care is wrong.

That medical care is a problem figures in the discussion in which one of the following ways?

(A) It is compatible either with accepting the conclusion or with denying it.
(B) It suggests an alternative perspective to the one in the argument.
(C) It sets out a problem the argument is designed to resolve.
(D) It summarizes a position the argument is directed toward discrediting.
(E) It is required to establish the conclusion.

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New post 25 Apr 2017, 20:13
Can anyone please explain why A is the ans? I had selected D.
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rohan2345 wrote:
Good medical care for all citizens is a national problem. Older people are running out of Medicare benefits and poor people are running out of Medicaid benefits. Also, it is not uncommon for people who do have insurance to run up bills above their insurance limits. But additional government funding is not the solution. Medical care is available at free clinics. So, the claim that people cannot get good medical care is wrong.

That medical care is a problem figures in the discussion in which one of the following ways?

(A) It is compatible either with accepting the conclusion or with denying it.
(B) It suggests an alternative perspective to the one in the argument.
(C) It sets out a problem the argument is designed to resolve.
(D) It summarizes a position the argument is directed toward discrediting.
(E) It is required to establish the conclusion.


Can you post the OE!
I cant understand how a is right!
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