Nations that support democracy will at last see their patience pay off in the next year or two, and should refrain from active interference in Country A's politics. Its ailing leader, Monvez Shiquez, will not likely survive beyond the next eighteen months. Since a growing number of the country's citizens oppose Shiquez's dictatorial policies, democracy is almost certain to arise once he is gone.
Which of the following is necessary to reach the above conclusion?
(A) Potential successors to Shiquez are relatively inexperienced with democratic principles of leadership.
(B) The country's citizens who oppose Shiquez's policies comprise a small but well-organized minority.
(C) A democratic successor to Country A's current leader will be found immediately upon Shiquez's departure.
(D) Opposition to a dictator's policies necessarily means support for democracy.
(E) Political interference from outside nations should be avoided except under extreme circumstances.
Source: Princeton Review
Nations that support democracy will at last see their patience pay off in the next year or two, and should refrain from
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