(37) The general public cannot understand laws and legal documents unless they are written in clear and simple language. Therefore, the traditional style in which laws and legal documents are written must change. Citizens in a democracy must be able to understand what their legal rights and duties are.
Which one of the following best expresses the conclusion of this argument?
A There must be a change in the style in which laws and legal documents are written.
B It is necessary in a democracy for citizens to know their legal rights and duties.
C Many laws and legal documents are written in old-fashioned and complicated
D The general public can fully understand only those laws and documents written in
E If citizens can understand laws and legal documents, they will be able to play their
proper role in a democracy.