In Europe, schoolchildren devote time during each school day to calisthenics. North American schools rarely offer a daily calisthenics program. Tests prove that North American children are weaker, slower, and shorter-winded than European children. We must conclude that North American children can be made physically fit only if they participate in school calisthenics on a daily basis.
Which one of the following is assumed in the passage?OPTIONS
[A]. All children can be made physically fit by daily calisthenics.
[B]. All children can be made equally physically fit by daily calisthenics.
[C]. Superior physical fitness produces superior health.
[D]. School calisthenics are an indispensable factor in European children’s superior physical fitness.
[E]. North American children can learn to eat a more nutritious diet as well as to exercise daily.
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