i think the answer would be d.
number one is the main idea since the entire passage mentions america's homeless
the correct answer is: it can refute the counterclaim with facts.
the purpose of evidence is to prove or disprove the veracity of something and, therefore, appealing to the reader's emotions (pathos), as the first and third options state, is unnecessary. counterclaims are used to refute the claim, so evidence is used to contrarest the counterclaim.
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which of the following is an example of what a conclusion should not do?