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     EduGorilla 
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    Understanding the other side’s point of view, even if one disagrees with it, is central to compromise, policymaking, and any hope for civility in civic life. So if our brains are blinding us to information that challenges our partisan predisposition, how can we hope ever to find common ground? It’s a challenge that is stumping both the electorate and the elected officials who represent them.

    Which of the following may be inferred from the given information? 

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    1. The human brain makes us biased against any piece of news or data that goes against the belief that the majority holds.
    2. The elected officials are clueless about how to handle this great problem.
    3. A vibrant democracy is built by fostering similarity of thought and crusading against differing opinions.
    4. All of A, B & C
    5. None of the above
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