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Peter: Unlike in the past, most children’s stories nowadays don’t have

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Peter: Unlike in the past, most children’s stories nowadays don’t have clearly immoral characters in them. They should, though. Children need to learn the consequences of being bad.

Yoko: Children’s stories still tend to have clearly immoral characters in them, but now these characters tend not to be the sort that frighten children. Surely that’s an improvement.

Peter and Yoko disagree over whether today’s children’s stories

(A) should be less frightening than they are

(B) tend to be less frightening than earlier children’s stories were

(C) differ significantly in overall quality from earlier children’s stories

(D) tend to have clearly immoral characters in them

(E) should help children learn the consequences of being bad
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If you read the first clause of each person's statement, the two people clearly disagree over whether immoral characters are present in contemporary children's stories, so D is correct.
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