DISCUSSION: The author is a strong defender of unanimity. The entire passage argues that we should keep the requirement, and not change it one bit.
- Cursory means: not paying much attention to something. The author spends the whole passage praising the unanimity requirement.
- The author clearly praises the requirement. See lines 39-40, for example.
- There’s no caution. The author completely disagrees with the idea that we should get rid of the requirement, and doesn’t think we should change the it, at all.
- CORRECT. The author has nothing but good things to say about the unanimity requirement.
- The passage may have some logical flaws, but the author uses arguments (reason) to make their point.
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