Robin: When a region's economy is faltering, many people lose their jobs. As a result, spending on consumer goods d...

Stephanie on April 3, 2019

Please explain

Please explain the correct answer.

2 Replies

jing jing on April 13 at 10:45PM

Why is A wrong? Thanks

Ben on April 26 at 08:27PM

Hi Jing Jing, thanks for the question.

A is wrong because it has the timeline all mixed up. This answer choice begins with what occurs after the economy has already improved. It does not taker into account that Terry is arguing that economic improvement is simply not possible under these conditions.

I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions or would like me to expand further.