LSAT logical reasoning strengthen questions are very similar to the weaken questions we covered last time, but instead of trying to kick the argument over, you are trying to keep it up. Unlike with weaken questions, where we try to show that the conclusion may not follow from the premises, with LR strengthen questions your goal is
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