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Reading Comprehension: Main Idea Questions

The author of the passage is mainly concerned with

Incorrect.

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This answer choice is too broad. The passage discusses privacy rights that are guaranteed by the Constitution, not the Constitution as a whole.

Incorrect.

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The passage does not discuss controversial interpretations of amendments but mainstream ones.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice is too narrow. The specific rights guaranteed by the Constitution are the topic of the second paragraph. Other paragraphs discuss the debate about what exactly is guaranteed by later amendments.

Incorrect.

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The passage does not tell us what legal scholars think about privacy rights, only how they interpret the privacy rights cited in the Constitution.

Excellent job!

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The first paragraph introduces the debate over what privacy rights the United States Constitution guarantees and the rest of the paragraphs give more details about how various amendments deal with those rights.

discussing the United States Constitution
describing controversial interpretations of constitutional amendments
showing what specific privacy rights are guaranteed by the Constitution
expressing the opinions of legal scholars on privacy rights
exploring the debate over which privacy rights the Constitution guarantees