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I did feel like you can actually prove e, because I expressed the conclusion conditionally.
"what happens in some business areas is that once accommodations for wheelchairs are installed, wheelchair users come"
(If you install accommodations, then wheelchair users come. A->W)
If wheelchair users are not coming in some business areas, then you haven't installed accomodations.
Which is e)
So am I wrong in using conditionals to conclude that there is full proof for e)?
That's a really good question. This feels like a fringe case (and let me assure you that it is NOT common in this regard).
I do see where you're coming from, but I'm not completely convinced that the editorialist is giving us a conditional relationship here. I mean, yeah, maybe it is (once the ramps are there, people do come), but it's not certain.
I think this one is sort of in that liminal space between clear conditional reasoning and anecdotal evidence. But again, I'll stress that this is not a common construction at all.