Cameron on June 24 at 08:35PM
I feel I ignored what the author was "primarily" concerned with and focused more broadly on the authors point. When this type of question comes up, should I go for the more narrow answer? Especially when seeing the word "primarily?"Because the correct answer choice does precisely that when initially I thought to go with the broader answer choice. I felt that "providing examples of conflicts inherent in the Constitution's approach to a balance of powers" was more of an overview of what the author was doing. Thanks!
Victoria on July 4 at 09:36PM