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(See the complete passage discussion here: lsat/viewtopic.php?t=14182)
The correct answer choice is (A)
The correct answer to this question will contain information that appeared in both passages. Be cautious to avoid picking an answer choice containing something that was merely assumed or implied by one of the passages. It must have been stated explicitly.
Answer choice (A): This is the correct answer choice because the author referenced the transfer of property in both Passage A (Lines 7-8 and others) and Passage B (Line 3).
Answer choice (B): This answer choice is incorrect because Passage A discussed a theory of justice regarding property, not a legal basis for recovering property.
Answer choice (C): Although Passage A did explicitly reference a “wholly just world” (Line 9), Passage B did not.
Answer choice (D): This answer choice contains a concept explicitly mentioned in Passage B, but not in Passage A.
Answer choice (E): Here, the answer choice is incorrect because Passage A did not explicitly reference such injustice, while Passage B did reference it. (Lines 51-53).