Analysis Of A Red Light For Scofflaws By Frank Trippett

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Americans litter everyday and think nothing of it. Author Frank Trippett in his passage “A Red Light for Scofflaws” claims that Americans are becoming scofflaws when it comes to minor laws. He uses littering and speeding as examples of minor laws people tend to break. He continues by describing what americans think minor crimes. He sets a tone of disapproval to the people that do not care if they are acting out a crime because it is so minor.People do not realize their small crimes affect the community they live in because everyone is doing it and they are just going with the flow of society. Someone who may disagree with Trippett would claim that a minor crime like littering is no big deal. “What is one piece of trash going to harm?” But if
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