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#2 - Author's Perspective

biskam
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In choosing C over B I struggle because I feel like they both show the same kind of self-selecting diversity--B with their interest in a certain type of politics, and C in discussing mutual issues relevant to their professions. Is C a better choice because it lacks the diversity that B has in at least coming from different socioeconomic backgrounds?

Thank you!
DAthenour
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I too am confused on this question. I think I am having trouble identifying what it is that the author truly identifies as a community. Does it have to do with the "nonintentional" and "diverse" components mentioned in lines 55-59?

Ultimately I chose answer choice D on this question, but I can see now that the words "same" are likely trap words.

Any help/explanation is greatly appreciated!