Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

Politician: Building up the military is a necessary part of keeping the nation safe. Other nations will invade our territory if they sense weakness, and having a strong national defense will make other nations think twice before they threaten our borders. Only an impressive military will allow us to make the world safe.

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Which of the following is a necessary assumption in the argument made above?

The nation's military is not currently strong enough to invade other nations.

The way to show military strength is to invade other nations with weaker militaries.

The nation's military should always be as strong as the government can possibly make it.

A nation will always invade another nation that it views as weak militarily.

The proper size of the nation's military is a divisive political argument.

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