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To see why choice C is credited, negate it. What if it were sometimes true that ideal bureaucracies were permanently without complaints falling outside their regulations? This would substantially weaken the conclusion. Choice E is not required because every ("any" in the answer choice) complaint doesn't have to meet this criteria. Negating it leaves open the possibility that some complaints do meet the stated criteria.
- Richie Tenenbaum
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mods will not like you posting a complete question. Prob best to delete it (in the future just post where the question can be found. It's a little harder to get an immediate response, but it avoids issues with LSAC).
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