Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

The campaign for increased care of the environment is doomed to fail.  At this point, nothing can be done to prevent the melting of polar ice caps.  The melting would continue even if all conduct harmful to the environment ended today.  It is simply too late to stop the inevitable melting.

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Which of the following must be assumed in order for the conclusion to be properly drawn?

Melting of ice caps will cause harm to the environment

The campaign for increased care of the environment will not decrease conduct harmful to the environment

Melting of ice caps is caused by a failure to care for the environment

The campaign for increased care of the environment will not cause people to care for the environment

The campaign for increased care of the environment will fail unless it prevents the melting of ice caps

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