December 2009 LSAT Section 3 Question 6
Mehran on November 13, 2018Hi @Madelyn-Luskey, thanks for your post. As always, let's start with the stimulus. This one presents an argument. The conclusion is that Jaaks' negative review of Yancey's new book "rests on a mistake." Why? The premises given in support of this conclusion are that (1) Jaaks' review argues that the book inaccurately portrays the lives of fishery workers; (2) Yancey used the same research methods in this book as in her other histories, (3) these other histories have been very popular, and (4) Yancey's new book is also very popular in local bookstores.