On a Russian Student's Learning about Americans' Faith in the American Legal System
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This paper examines a Russian student's reactions to reading about the American legal system in "Gideon's Trumpet," and an American student's response to his questions. In the course of the discussion, the American student realizes the importance of his own assumptions about the legal system, and how very different these were from the Russian's assumptions.
From the Paper:"Being a product of the New York City public school system, I have studied the American system of government, and while my view of that system has been colored by certain experiences that could have made me quite cynical, I retain a faith in that system that is actually greater than I thought, and I have found that in my field training for social work, I have had to pass a good deal of that faith on to the international students I have dealt with, especially Russian students. I have had to do this to help Russian students because they bring an...."
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