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The spate of terrorist acts against airlines and their passengers rais

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The spate of terrorist acts against airlines and their passengers raises a new question: should government officials be forced to disclose the fact that they have received warning of an impending terrorist attack? The answer is “yes.” The government currently releases information about the health hazards of smoking, the ecological dangers of pesticides, and the health consequences of food. The argument above relies primarily on

(A) circular reasoning
(B) generalization
(C) authority
(D) analogy
(E) causal analysis

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New post 22 Jul 2017, 12:46
Why is it not generalizations? In this case, isn't the govt borrowing (hence generalizing) from other similar conclusions?
Analogies would mean a:b is as c:d :/
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