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LR for basics, then to flush out intricacies like differences between principle questions, and assumption question types Manhattan is superior. I would argue Manhattan is better simply because it is less mechanical and uses a more common sense way of talking about things. I guess I'm biased because I saw my LR accuracy increased ridiculously after going through the Manhattan LR book.
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Honestly found the LSAT Trainer to be super helpful here before reading other sources. But as others have said, Manhattan and LR Bible are both good and you would be well served with either
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