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September 2009 LSAT
Madden: Industrialists address problems by simplifying them, but in farming that strategy usually leads to oversimpl...
on June 16 at 09:54PM
Why is answer choice D wrong?
on June 17 at 08:19PM
Happy to help. Let's look at (D).
(D) says, "Industrial solutions for problems in farming should never be sought."
It's reasonable to make the inference that farmers should be preferred
over industrialists when it comes to solving farming-related problems.
However, (D) makes an equivocation and states that industrial
solutions should not ever be sought in farming, so we can get rid of
this answer choice.
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