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Incidents of road rage frequently make the news, but the roads are not the only place where people lose their patience with strangers. “You don’t need a car to get road rage,” explains Shirley S. Wang, writing in the Wall Street Journal. “For many people, few things are more infuriating than slow walkers—those seemingly inconsiderate people who clog up sidewalks, grocery aisles and airport hallways while others fume behind them.” (Opposing Viewpoints)
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