Which of the following, if true, provides the strongest foundation for Professor Hassan's judgment of Dr. North's analysis? A. Print journalists rarely have the time or space in which to present a full and scholarly investigation of a topic. B. Readers of the mainstream press are not uncritical of what they find in it, since events have often proved previously accepted information to have been incorrect. C. The evidence that Dr. North uses to contradict assumptions inherent in selected newspaper articles would be equally effective for exposing errors made in broadcast journalism. D. Dr. North has selected newspaper articles that focus on only a small number of the many assumptions prevalent in the mainstream press. E. Most of the evidence Dr. North uses to contradict the assumptions in the article comes from the mainstream press.