on December 24 at 08:33PM
why is D better than E? Does any changes in the policy matter if previous attempts have failed? I understand the flaw is that the argument is assuming just because past attempts failed, that this attempt will fail, which was what I was looking for in the answer choice. But, the new policy, even if it is different, can still fail like the old policies. The old policies could have been different than the ones before them too. After reading the answer choices and not finding what I was looking for, I decided to look for an alternate cause for why the new policies could be affective, and E seemed right.
Shunhe on December 27 at 06:20PM