This is a simple rule requiring you to read any question twice and not any more than that. After the second reading, you’ll only be wasting more time trying to understand it.
1. The correct answer is A. Reread the last sentence of the passage. The author contends that Scopes should not have been tried for his "crime" because he "did not break the law on his own initiative." The implication is that a person whose crime is originally suggested by another should not be held responsible for that crime.
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