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In order to be the right answer, we must have one speaker saying "Yes, that is true" and the other saying "No, that's not true".
If you reread, you'll see that neither Goswani nor Nordecki indicates that pay is the primary reason the workers are striking.
Thus, we don't know whether or not they disagree about the primary reason for the strike.
I don't know if it's just me overthinking this, but Goswami says that the MAJORITY of the workers make less than $20,000. Nordecki says that the AVERAGE salary is $29,000. Those two statements don't have to contradict each other and can both be right. Right?
Which is what confused me and I decided not to go with answer choice D and instead go with B.
Absolutely; an average doesn't say anything about the majority.
Still, Goswami says they're underpaid, and Nordecki says she disagrees.
Nobody said anything at all about what the primary issue is for the strikers.