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But because the idea of private property has been permitted to override with its selfishness the common good of humanity, it does not follow that there are no limits within which that idea can function for the general convenience and advantage. Which of the following is most likely to weaken the argument?

  1. All the people of the society should progress at an equitable rate and there should be no disparities and private property does bring about a tremendous disparity.
  2. One should not strive for the common good of humanity at all; instead one should be concerned with maximizing one’s own wealth.
  3. One should learn from the experiences of former communists nations and should not repeat their mistakes at all.
  4. Even prosperous capitalist countries like the USA have their share of social problems.
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