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The main reason that family and friends are frequent targets of aggression is that A. frustration-producing obstacles are often unclear. B. they cause the most frustration. C. as obstacles, they're unremovable. D. they're convenient.
The main reason that family and friends are frequent targets of aggression is that they're convenient.
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