Welp, I almost always get the "describe the author's attitude" questions wrong
(I'd day 7 out of 10 incorrect) So, this question being the only one I got wrong in the whole set comes as no surprise.
I chose E. I threw A-C out as Losers very quickly, then was between D & E for just a moment. However, when reading thru the passage me first go around, I actually circled the word "might" in line 55, because I figured there would be a question about the author's (overall or specific) tone. Because of that, I thought, well, there's a BIT of hesitancy / not fully on-board-ness happening here, sooo, I'll go with E because that sounds about right. You can tell that the author is optimistic/supportive/positive of the impacts this legal reform could have on legal reconstruction, but, from what we know from the passage, could one go as far as to say strongly
Any elaboration would be helpful. I'm not sure what my approach should be to these questions / I'm not sure why I so often get them wrong (well, except for the times when I plain don't know the definitions of certain words!)