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Because the current name of a city park is offensive to some citizens, a local politician has suggested that the park not have any name.

Which of the following, if true, provides the greatest flaw in the reasoning?


Parks without names are merely green spaces for public use.


Without a new name, citizens would be left calling the park by its previous name.


All names for parks will offend at least some citizens.


Without a name, no one would be able to find the park.


The park may be unnecessary because of nearby parks.

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