Should The Government Change The Driving Age Case Study

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“In Analysis: Should the Government Change the Driving Age” When you look around the world all you see is regulations after regulations. For a while the state wanted to put a curfew on the teenagers. Is there such a thing as freedom? Why does the government want to control and change things? Things are going well enough as they are, why change? Although there are pros to changing the driving age to eighteen, there are more pros to keeping it the same and not changing it because of a few car accidents. The first pro to keeping the driving age the same is that kids are already breaking the law. There are so many kids that drive to school every day that are under age. Sure some of those kids have farmer permits, but that
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If we change the driving age then kids won’t have enough time practicing and perfecting their driving skills. They want to change the age because of accidents. In my experience of the parking in the back parking lot with a big truck, I have never been run into nor have I ever ran into somebody else. Now there is the occasional run in with a park car from other students. These accidents are not a big deal, nobody gets killed. My point here is saying that the “accidents” that teenagers are getting into or causing are never too serious. Sooner or later the kids are going to have to learn how to drive and if you change the driving age most of the kids will be learning when they go off to college. Then, they will get into accidents while they are …show more content…
Hester Prynne has to wear the scarlet letter for punishment. The community makes her wear it because she committed adultery. A handful of people believe Pearl to be a symbol of adultery as well. The town makes her display the “A” on her bosom for humiliation or shame. Once Hester gets on the scaffold a stranger makes a remark, “Thus she will be a living sermon against sin, until the ignominious letter be engraved upon her tombstone.” (page 59). This stranger wanted the letter written on her tombstone so Hester could be humiliated for the rest of her life and after she perished. The letter “A” more or less banishes her from her normal life. Various people shun Hester and talk behind her back. The only time a person would talk to Hester was when they bought some of her needlework she did. Eventually, sin turned into

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