DISCUSSION: Meyerson thought external considerations may be seen as part of the law. What does that tell us? Well, it implies that some other people see things differently. Otherwise Meyerson wouldn’t have to argue for it.
- Meyerson doesn’t say how different people likely view these considerations.
- Meyerson said what we should do. This answer choice talks about how things are. Those are different. A is wrong for the same reason.
- Meyerson would disagree. She thinks these things should be considered together. (lines 54-56)
- Meyerson implicitly disagrees. She is drawing a distinction between what is legally correct and what is morally right.
- CORRECT. Meyerson is debating this issue with advocates of CLS. Clearly, then, it’s up for debate. …What a silly, tricky answer though.
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