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If a source is reasonable, we know A. the information offered is up-to-date, factual, detailed, and precise. B. the information is universally accepted. C. the information offered is fair, balanced, easy to believe, and consistent. D. we can trust and believe the author.
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If a source is reasonable, we know the information offered is fair, balanced, easy to believe, and consistent.
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