It is even more important that we criticize democracies that have committed human rights violations than that we criticize dictatorships that have committed more violent human rights offenses. Human rights violations are always inexcusable, but those committed by governments that represent the will of the people are even more reprehensible than those committed by dictators. Further, our criticism is more likely to have an effect on the former than on the latter.
Which one of the following is a proper inference from the passage?OPTIONS
[A]. All governments commit some inexcusable and reprehensible acts.
[B]. Some human rights violations are more reprehensible than other, more violent human rights violations.
[C]. Criticism of human rights violations is certain to have no effect on a dictatorship.
[D]. Human rights violations are more likely to occur in democracies than in dictatorships.
[E]. Those who do represent the will of the people are less likely to be moved by criticism than are those who merely claim to represent the will of the people.
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