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ahmedsherhan201
2021-05-04 13:54:21
Which of the following BEST explains the difference between majority and concurring opinions? A. A majority opinion is the collective opinion of the majority, while the concurring opinion is the collective opinion of the minority or the losing side of a vote. B. A majority opinion reflects the opinion of the dissenters, while the concurring decision agrees with the dissenters, but for different reasons than the majority opinion. C. A majority opinion is the collective opinion of the winning side, while a concurring opinion agrees with the majority vote, but for different reasons than the majority opinion. D. A majority opinion reflects the opinion of the majority of Americans, while a concurring opinion reflects the opinion of the majority vote in a Supreme Court ruling.
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southerngal088
2021-05-04 19:38:05

The best option would be that "C. A majority opinion is the collective opinion of the winning side, while a concurring opinion agrees with the majority vote, but for different reasons than the majority opinion" although it should be noted that the concurring opinion can agree with the majority opinion on all counts. 

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