Which of the following best describes the organization of the passage? A. A situation is presented and an explanation of how that situation developed is offered. B. Two opposing points of view are contrasted and their relative merits are evaluated. C. An orthodox view is discussed, a challenge to it is analyzed, and the original view is affirmed. D. A point of view is described and an analysis challenging that point of view follows. E. A dispute is analyzed and several points of agreement between the two sides are identified.