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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was established to protect workers from accidents and unsafe conditions on the job. There has actually been an increase in the number of jobrelated accidents under OSHA. This demonstrates the agency's ineffectiveness.

Which of the following, if true concerning the period during which the increase occurred, most seriously weakens the argument above?

(A) A number of job categories, excluded from the jurisdiction of OSHA in the legislation originally establishing the agency, have continued to be outside OSHA's jurisdiction.
(B) OSHA has been assigned a greater number of kinds of workplace activities to monitor.
(C) There has been an increase in the total number of people at work, and the ratio of work-related deaths and injuries to size of work force has fallen in OSHA-supervised occupations
(D) Regulations issued by OSHA have met with political criticism from elected officials and the mass media.
(E) The increase in job-related accidents has occurred mainly in a single job category, whereas the number of job-related accidents has remained approximately constant in other categories.
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(A) A number of job categories, excluded from the jurisdiction of OSHA in the legislation originally establishing the agency, have continued to be outside OSHA's jurisdiction. wrong discussing only about job category, no mention of injuries.
(B) OSHA has been assigned a greater number of kinds of workplace activities to monitor. not supporting
(C) There has been an increase in the total number of people at work, and the ratio of work-related deaths and injuries to size of work force has fallen in OSHA-supervised occupations .. This can weaken the argument, Because injuries ratio has fallen as compare to people at work.
(D) Regulations issued by OSHA have met with political criticism from elected officials and the mass media. not correct
(E) The increase in job-related accidents has occurred mainly in a single job category, whereas the number of job-related accidents has remained approximately constant in other categories. not complete information
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