This law research paper is dedicated to the question of equal rights for pedestrians and drivers on the US roads.
The author has used a sufficient amount of reliable sources as a basis for research.
You will need to read a lot, and ask many questions – and even try to challenge your starting ideas.
You will probably need help from someone that knows a lot about that issue, and you will definitely need to find such help outside your class room.
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