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Ten years ago, the Salisbury City Council passed the Culinary Bill, new legislation to protect the interests of local non-franchise restaurants. Of the 120 local non-franchise restaurants in Salisbury today, 85 opened during the last ten years. Clearly the Culinary Bill has caused a surge in the number of local non-franchise restaurants operating in Salisbury over the past ten years.

Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends?
  • AThe Culinary Bill provides no benefit to restaurants that are members of national franchise chains 分析该选项
  • BMost of the consumers in Salisbury who patronize these local restaurants are aware of the provisions of the Culinary Bill and approve of them. 分析该选项
  • CAll economic indicators suggest that household incomes in Salisbury have risen substantially over the past ten years. 分析该选项
  • DOf the local non-franchise restaurants in Salisbury ten years ago, fewer than 85 have closed. 分析该选项
  • ESimilar legislation in similar sized cities across the country has, in most cases, led to an increase in the number of local non-franchise restaurants. 分析该选项
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正确答案: D

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