ACT Reading 2.6 Social Science Passage
ACT Reading 2.6 Social Science Passage. Which of the following best describes the founding principle of the classical school of criminal law?
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Social Science Passage
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|Reading Informational Text||Evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text|
of criminal law straight in our heads.
We're going to take a sec to look through the passage again to make sure everything's
imprinted on our brain.
Now that we've refreshed our memories we can start eliminating.
(B) describes Ferri's own philosophy.
Since we know he wasn't a part of the classical school of criminal law, we can take (B) out
Answer (C) doesn't work, either.
Ébecause it describes the correctional school of criminal law.
Ferri doesn't mention capital punishment explicitly anywhere in the passage.
taking (D) off the table.
This leaves (A)
which perfectly sums up the founding principle of the classical school of criminal law.
Now somebody turn off the lights, you think we're made of oil?