3.6 Practice, Induction - Chapter 3 Arguments 3.5 Practice Induction 1 What conclusion does the writer draw from these premises A Gun control laws will

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Chapter 3 Arguments 3.5 Practice: Induction 1. What conclusion does the writer draw from these premises? A.Gun control laws will never change, because gun rights advocates are so focused, passionate, unyielding, and indefatigable.B.Sometimes having a focus can be a good thing, while other times being too focused detracts from the advocacy group’s goals.C.Advocates for issues that don’t involve gun control have a better chance of achieving what they want than gun control advocates do.D.Advocates of changing public policy or maintaining the status quo have the greatest chance of success when they are united and focused.Correct Answer: D 2. What conclusion does the writer draw from these premises?
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