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# Mr. Lawson: We should adopt a national family policy that

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Mr. Lawson: We should adopt a national family policy that includes legislation requiring employers to provide paid parental leave and establishing government - sponsored day care. Such laws would decrease the stress levels of employees who have responsibility for small children. Thus, such laws would lead to happier, better - adjusted families

Which would most strengthen?
A. An employee's high stress level can be a cause of unhappiness and poor adjustment for his or her family
B People who have responsibility for small childfren and who work outside the home have higher stress levels than those who do not
C THe goal of a national family policy is to lower the stress levels of parents
D Any national family policy that is adopted would include legislation requiring employers to provide paid parental leave and establishing government - sponsored day care
E. Most children who have been cared for in day-care centers are happy and well adjusted
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20 Jul 2004, 03:30
(A) it is (Basically A represents the assumption, which has to true to make the argument strong)

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20 Jul 2004, 03:42
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Mr. Lawson: We should adopt a national family policy that includes legislation requiring employers to provide paid parental leave and establishing government - sponsored day care. Such laws would decrease the stress levels of employees who have responsibility for small children. Thus, such laws would lead to happier, better - adjusted families

Which would most strengthen?
A. An employee's high stress level can be a cause of unhappiness and poor adjustment for his or her family
B People who have responsibility for small childfren and who work outside the home have higher stress levels than those who do not
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C, D and E are eliminated by POE. B is, in a way, mentioned in the argument itself. A is the basic assumtion of this argument
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20 Jul 2004, 18:29
Good Guys, OA is A
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