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#1 main point

chian9010
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Posts: 48
Joined: Fri Jun 08, 2018 3:02 pm
Points: 47

Hi,

I always have some problems with main point question :oops:

I got rid of B because I thought his work with the NAACP is about fight against racial/discriminatory segregation and not about civil right goals

I got rid of C because it is not "reinvestifation of his record as judge" that reveals its influence on current divergent political object

I have difficulties getting rid of A, and D. Would anyone tell me why they are wrong? Is A wrong because of the "certain" discriminatory laws. Is D wrong because the last sentence should change to "become accepted conventions in the field of public interest litigation"?