Attacks on an opponent's character should be avoided in political debates. Such attacks do not confront the opponent...

Christopher on September 21, 2016

Every argument?

C makes sense except the "every" threw me off and continues to after the fact. Can you explain why it is correct? The other options also seemed to be a word or two off...the "every" just still bothers me.

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Mehran on September 23, 2016

@csdinkel "every" shouldn't bother you here.

Attacks on an opponent's character do not address any argument.

As such, they definitely do not confront every argument.

Hope that helps! Please let us know if you have any other questions.