DISCUSSION: The main idea of the passage is that Meyerson disagrees with the CLS movement. The passage describes several ways that she attacks the movement.
- We’re only told Meyerson’s views. We don’t know what legal theorists think of CLS.
- This would only be right if the whole passage was about Meyerson’s claim that CLS overlooks complexity. That isn’t the case.
- CLS advocates view the legal system as being contradictory. But Meyerson doesn’t say CLS contradicts itself. (She says they see too many contradictions, in line 5)
- Meyerson ranks conflicting values in lines 17-23. But we’re not told if this is her most important contribution.
- CORRECT. This sounds very general, but it’s correct. There’s nothing wrong with a general answer. The passage is very scattered. The only unifying theme is that Meyerson disagrees with CLS for various reasons.
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