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In three of the last four presidential races, the winner of the Iowa Republican primary has not captured the Republican nomination. Therefore, the winner of the next Iowa Republican primary will not capture the Republican nomination.
a) true beyond a reasonable doubt
b) probably true
c) possibly true or possibly false
The answer is (C) possibly true or possibly false - One is never certain about nominations or who the winners will be.

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