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  • Second Amendment Into The U.S. Constitution
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    Repeal of the Second Amendment Is repealing the Second Amendment written in the United States Constitution the correct action to take to control violence and unnecessary death due to guns This is a great idea in a perfect world where everyone on every continent will turn in all there firearms. Our world is not perfect and never will be. America arms itself with the most sophisticated weaponry in the world. The government knows that any nation on any continent, with visions of taking over America...
  • Gun Control
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    Gun Control With the possible exception of abortion, no other current issue has split the country in two like the debate surrounding gun control. Both sides are equally adamant. The pro gun side, as represented by the National Rifle Association, continues to oppose all gun control measures primarily on the grounds that any law restricting gun ownership is unconstitutional. Proponents of gun control argue that gun violence is an epidemic out of control across the country, and call on federal lawm...
  • Guns And Handguns
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    By: Rick E-mail: Handguns Must Go People own hand guns for many reasons. Some keep handguns for protection; others collect them as a hobby. There is a substantial amount of people in America that own handguns for one specific reason, to commit crimes. Usually they are committing a crime just by having a gun in their possession. The person is breaking current laws anyways; making tougher gun control laws will not change the fact that they are committing a crime. How can guns be kept away from cri...
  • Why Not Real Gun Control A Handguns
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    Handgun Control in the United States Outline Thesis: Handguns should be outlawed with the exception of law enforcement purposes. I. Why Not Real Gun Control? A. Handguns are too easily accessible to America's youth. II. Kids: A Deadly Force. A. Kids are killing each other all across America.. A Look At The Brady Bill IV. The Economics of Crime. A. Americans are spending too much money each year to protect themselves. V. Charts and Figures. A. Where Americans are spending all their money on prote...
  • People About Gun Violence In America
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    'Taking an aim back at America' Bowling For Columbine is a well-directed documentary that informs people about gun violence in America. Michael Moore is successful in showing that America has been going through many gun tragedies; and portrays the sense that America's problems are out of control. He conveys this through informative facts, images, and comparisons. Throughout the film Michael Moore throws many cold facts on the screen that makes it obvious that the strong nation of America is unru...
  • Ban On Assault Type Weapons
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    1 Supporting the Ban on Assault Weapons Government 101 Professor March 27, 1998 2 Outline Thesis: Congress should uphold the ban on assault-type weapons. I. Introduction of the history and background information. A. Important statistics concerning assault weapon facts. B. The problem with assault weapons on the streets. C. Assault weapons use in war situations and law enforcement. II. Defending the debate of upholding the ban on gun control. A. The deadly stories and statistics on assault weapon...
  • Second Amendment And Private Gun Ownership
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    Erik Cast aldo Term Paper Should the constitution protect private gun ownership Should the Constitution protect private gun ownership This is an arguable question with two developed sides dating back to when the constitution was written and the second amendment was developed. After the American revolutionary war in the seventeen hundreds, our new country needed a basis of government, rules, rights and ideals. The fathers of our country wrote these rules and regulations which there was an unanimo...
  • Gun Control In America
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    "Guns Don't Kill People, People Do" American gun control has been a controversial issue for years. It is a growing problem having resulted in murders, gun fights and recent school shootings. A vast majority of citizens believe that if gun control was strictly enforced it would help reduce the threat of crime. However, many innocent people feel they have the right to own a gun for protection, or even for the pleasure of hunting. This essay is going to analyse the quote, "Guns don't kill people, p...
  • Fear Of Gun Violence
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    Bowling for Columbine A documentary by Michael Moore HST 306 Extra Credit Option Kristen Chase A 31358358 Are we a nation of gun nuts or are we just nuts? Violence, easy access to guns, rebellious adolescents, nuclear weapons, racism, fear, warped freedom, and everything that is considered wrong with America today is critically analyzed in the documentary, Bowling for Columbine, created by Michael Moore. This documentary was created following the September 11th tragedy, when two terrorist hijack...
  • America Norman Seeger
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    A War Against Prejudice – Analysis OfA War Against Prejudice – Analysis Of Irwin Shaw+S Short Story Act Of Faith A WAR AGAINST PREJUDICE Prejudice is defeated not by force but by faith in the goodness in the hearts and minds of men. This idea is what Irwin Shaw tries to express in his short story "Act of Faith' through his character Norman Seeger, an American soldier during the second World War, who is confronted with the dilemma of how to deal with prejudice against the Jewish race....

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