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Mallotech portrays itself to the public as a socially responsible comp

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Mallotech portrays itself to the public as a socially responsible company, but critics charge that employees in many of its factories work in unsanitary conditions. Unless these critics are mistaken, then, Mallotech is not accurately portraying itself to the public.

The argument's conclusion follows logically if which one of the following is assumed?

(A) A socially responsible company would never lie about whether its employees are working in unsanitary conditions.

(B) No company that conceals information from the public is socially responsible.

(C) Many employees in Mallotech's factories work in unsanitary conditions.

(D) A socially responsible company would not have employees working in unsanitary conditions.

(E) Every company that is well managed is socially responsible.

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New post 24 Aug 2018, 01:09
Quiet easy question of LSAT.

Author while stating his argument assumes that
a socially responsible company !=(not equal) employees working in unsanitary conditions.

This is a required assumption for argument to be true.

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(A) A socially responsible company would never lie about whether its employees are working in unsanitary conditions. --Too Extreme

(B) No company that conceals information from the public is socially responsible. --Too extreme

(C) Many employees in Mallotech's factories work in unsanitary conditions.--Already given. can't be assumption.

(D) A socially responsible company would not have employees working in unsanitary conditions.--Correct as stated.

(E) Every company that is well managed is socially responsible.--Too Extreme


So D is the answer.
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New post 24 Aug 2018, 03:30
D is an answer. If you negate D then the argument collapses.
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