Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

While factory unions provide accountability for employers and job security for employees, they also present some hazards.  First, unions always increase costs of production by adding bureaucracy.  Second, unions sometimes serve the elitist purpose of providing high pay and benefits for union members while non-members fail to find any employment.

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Which of the following is the most logical conclusion to the passage?

Unions provide critically important services to factory employees.

Unions serve a valuable role, but also increase costs of production and sometimes increase elitism.

Unions serve a valuable role, but sometimes increase costs of production and increase elitism.

Unions sometimes cause the hazards of elitism and increased costs of production.

Unions provide valuable services, but sometimes increase costs of production and always serve elitist purposes.

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