It sounds like we both got the same answer from the similar language and thoughts on letters. I am going to just hope I lucked out on that one.
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For the legal passage, does anyone remember the main point question's (22) answer being A legal rule is shown to be applicable in ways not initially obvious or something like that. Or does anyone remember answering B to that question. I got done with about two minutes left and spent those two minutes debating between B and E on 22 which is why I remember that I picked B. Anyone?
Does anyone else remember the last passage being dominated by Es?
yes, three or four
Studying for the LSAT / Re: A (comprehensive) list of all June's LR questions - please add! 1 more to go« on: June 09, 2005, 03:35:40 PM »
I think the reporter "delayed" before telling the police.
I am almost certain it was 'delayed telling' not 'delayed before telling'
The reason cited was the lack of overwhelming evidence, which conforms perfectly to the principle.
I may be wrong, or even if I am right about the facts of the question I could be wrong about the AC, I just think it should be added as a debated question on the master list.
Question: If white liberals dominate the media, why was Howard Dean crucified for a solitary yell at a rally? He went from having the Democratic spot in the election LOCKED UP to losing everything simply because of the media. Consequently, Bush won another term because of this.
There are so many errors in that argument (not to mention my post was somewhat tounge in cheek):
Dean being crucified does not mean that the media is not dominated by liberals. Dean could have been crucified by the non-dominant section of the media. This was not the case. The real reason was that the liberal media wanted John Kerry. He had secret meetings (secret in that they were not public, not that no one knew about them) with many media elites.
Your conclusion assumes that Dean would have won the nomination and the election. That is quite an assumption. Dean's yell came after the IOWA PRIMARY HE LOST. Kerry or someone else could have just as easily won. Next you assume that Dean would have won the election, I think you understand the flaw there.
Studying for the LSAT / Re: A (comprehensive) list of all June's LR questions - please add! 1 more to go!« on: June 09, 2005, 03:14:59 PM »
No, I am 99% sure the reporter did not tell the police or 'held off'...but can someone else confirm this for me?
« on: June 09, 2005, 03:13:27 PM »
No, this is the history question
The history question was about restricting speech...I think. Or what was the context?