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# Nations that have little interaction with one another have little

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Nations that have little interaction with one another have little knowledge of one another's needs and problems. Because both sympathy and justice depend largely on understanding the needs and problems of others, it follows that - - -

Which one of the following most logically completes the argument?

.(A)  nations that have knowledge of one another's needs and problems will treat each other with sympathy and justice

.(B)  without some interaction, nations are bound to find it difficult to extend sympathy and justice to one another

.(C)  almost all problems between nations stem from lack of sympathy and justice

.(D)  there is no way to eliminate conflict among nations

.(E)  only nations that have some interaction with one another have knowledge of one another's needs and problems

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18 Aug 2018, 06:30
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I chose B on the basis of POE.

.(A)  nations that have knowledge of one another's needs and problems will treat each other with sympathy and justice - the word 'will' is too extreme

.(B)  without some interaction, nations are bound to find it difficult to extend sympathy and justice to one another - this inference can be made from the argument, and the tone of the language is similar to that of the argument

.(C)  almost all problems between nations stem from lack of sympathy and justice - the word 'almost all' is too extreme and also problems between nations are irrelevant

.(D)  there is no way to eliminate conflict among nations - elimination of conflict is irrelevant and it cannot be inferred

.(E)  only nations that have some interaction with one another have knowledge of one another's needs and problems - again, the word 'only' makes the answer very extreme and nowhere in the argument is the tone extreme

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