Sangwook on December 29, 2014
I have two questions about this.
The First, Doesn't (C) also be an assumption on the argument? By negating (C), I guess "any comprehensive system of general education will NOT tend to preserve the authority of benign regimes" would, at least more or less, weaken the conclusion("some relatively .... move to increase literacy")on the stimulus, wouldn't it?
The Second, about the answer (D), where does the concept of "legitimate and illegitimate" come from? Let's say most people are lack of general education and cannot afford knowledge to tell the difference between legitimate and illegitimate requests to the govt. Then, is the people's act of calling for reform defined as illegitimate only because the government character to which the people ask is "relatively benign?" I'm pretty much confused here and there on this question.
Melody on December 30, 2014
Sangwook on December 30, 2014