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The short-term and long-term interests of a business often conflict; when they do, the morally preferable act is usually the one that serves the long-term interest. Because of this, businesses often have compelling reasons to execute the morally preferable act.
Which one of the following, if assumed, enables the conclusion of the argument to be properly drawn?
A) A business's moral interests do not always provide compelling reasons for executing an act.
B) A business's long-term interests often provide compelling reasons for executing an act.
C) The morally preferable act for a business to execute and the long-term interests of the business seldom conflict.
D) The morally preferable act for a business to execute and the short-term interests of the business usually conflict.
E) When a business's short-term and long-term interests conflict, morality alone is rarely the overriding consideration.

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