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Suitable habitats for gray wolves have greatly diminished in area. In spite of this fact, the most sensible course would be to refrain from reestablishing gray wolves in places where previously they have been hunted out of existence. Striving to bring back these animals to places where they will only face lethal human hostility is immoral.

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A an appeal to an authority
B a belief that gray wolves are dangerous to human beings and livestock
C an assumption that two events that occur together must be causally connected
D an assumption that the future will be like the past
E a threat of violence against those persons presenting the opposing view
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C seems tempting but then maybe I am overthinking. For simplicity, I'll go with D :-D

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Suitable habitats for gray wolves have greatly diminished in area. In spite of this fact, the most sensible course would be to refrain from reestablishing gray wolves in places where previously they have been hunted out of existence. Striving to bring back these animals to places where they will only face lethal human hostility is immoral.

The argument above depends on


A an appeal to an authority
B a belief that gray wolves are dangerous to human beings and livestock
C an assumption that two events that occur together must be causally connected
D an assumption that the future will be like the past
E a threat of violence against those persons presenting the opposing view


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