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Government official: A satisfactory way of eliminating chronic

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Government official: A satisfactory way of eliminating chronic food shortages in our country is not easily achievable. Direct aid from other countries in the form of food shipments tends to undermine our prospects for long-term agricultural self-sufficiency. If external sources of food are delivered effectively by external institutions, local food producers and suppliers are forced out of business. On the other hand, foreign capital funneled to long-term development projects would inject so much cash into our economy that inflation would drive the price of food beyond the reach of most of our citizens.

The boldface part plays which one of the following roles in the government official's argument?

A. It supports the claim that the official's country must someday be agriculturally self-sufficient.
B. It supports the claim that there is no easy solution to the problem of chronic food shortages in the official's country.
C. It is supported by the claim that the official's country must someday be agriculturally self-sufficient.
D. It supports the claim that donations of food from other countries will not end the chronic food shortages in the official's country.
E. It is supported by the claim that food producers and suppliers in the official's country may be forced out of business by donations of food from other countries.

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