The brother of a presidential candidate writes an editorial in which he defends this candidate against charges of corruption. in such a circumstance, it is most appropriate for the reader to a) suspect that the candidate may have been framed. b) consider whether the candidate has the best family or not. c) wonder if the writer may be biased, due to his family connection. d) wonder if the writer may be inaccurate, due to wanting to get people to read his column. \
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C. The writer would have a biased viewpoint. Especially in an editorial where it is his opinion and not researched facts he is reporting. We all know we tend to believe our family over someone else we dont know
the answer is c becaues In such a circumstance, it is most appropriate for the reader to wonder if the writer may be biased, due to his family connection. The family connection ought to make the reader sensitive to the possibility of bias.