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During the Great Depression, there were many boxcar children because of the lack of support in families. They would ride the ominous cars, not knowing what to expect as they made their sinuous turns.
In fact, this action pervaded throughout the whole entire U.S. at the time, which meant that the admonition in the subject was very low.
Now me and countless others are safe.
The vibrance of the train was too much for the children to handle. So they were often thrown from the car, experiencing excruciating pains that mutilated their bodies and created an unbearable stench. This carnage was so common that numbers couldn't convey the amount of deaths that were caused.
The U.S. Court has now recognized that this is an irrational action because it is extremely dangerous and makes you skeptical about your safety. On behalf of the whole country, they have relinquished this phenomenon to the point now where it's obsolete.
This shows that when you use assimilation in regard to a situation, it can assuage the threat levels and make it more safe entirely.
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