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Stock market analysts always attribute a sudden drop in the market to

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Stock market analysts always attribute a sudden drop in the market to some domestic or international political crisis. I maintain, however, that these declines are attributable to the phases of the moon, which also cause periodic political upheavals and increases in tension in world affairs.

Which of the following best describes the author’s method of questioning the claim of market analysts?

(A) He presents a counterexample.
(B) He presents statistical evidence.
(C) He suggests an alternative causal linkage.
(D) He appeals to generally accepted beliefs.
(E) He demonstrates that market analysts’ reports are unreliable.

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