• Gun control and violence
    Gun Control 2 Abstract An ever-growing problem of violence faces Americans. Our streets became a battleground where the elderly are beaten for their social security checks, terrified women viciously attacked and raped, teen-age gangsters shoot it out for a patch of turf to sell their illegal dru
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  • Gun control is not losing your target in the recoil
    Guns, like many other issues of the day, have two distinct and opposing views with many people in the middle or undecided. Even following the tragic events of December 7, 1993, when unemployed handyman Colin Ferguson boarded the LIR's 5:33 out of Penn Station. Ferguson waited until the train, fill
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    Campus Violence: Applicant Pre-Screening and Gun Control Abstract The basis for this paper is that violence is a learned behavior and therefore must be governed by more stringent laws and legislation. This paper examines the effects of a local college campus shooting that occurred at the App
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  • Gun control
    Abstract Many people are killed from gun violence each year in the United States as a result from the unauthorized or unlawful acquisition of firearms. By making it difficult to obtain a gun and stiffening, the punishment for those who are caught illegally for possessing a firearm will ultimately
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  • Gun control in america
    Gun Control in the United States Do you own a gun or know someone that does? In the society that we live in today almost everyone either owns a gun or knows someone that does. “The percentage of Americans who consider gun control as an important issue has declined from 3% to 1%.” (newsba
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  • Gun control vs. gun rights
    Running Head: GUN CONTROL VS. GUN RIGHTS Gun Control vs. Gun Rights By Robert Marlow For CJ 450 Senior Seminar Dr. Michael Eskey Park University September 2009 Abstract Gun control and gun rights have been an issue that has been debated for decades. Whenever there has been
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    Unit 5 IP Chris Reynolds Engl107 November 7, 2010 Gun Control Abstract The purpose of this essay is to show you the argument that exists between the pro and anti gun people. The phrase "Gun Control" means different things to different people.  However one defines gun co
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    Gun Control Rosemayre Harmon American Intercontinental University Abstract The issue of gun control has been an issue for several decades. Many believe that by controlling the ability to purchase guns that crime rates will be lower. However, taking guns away from individuals who obey the law
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  • Gun control & policy: a review of the literature
    gun control & policy Gun Control and Policy: A Review of the Literature Abstract “A Well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Amendment II, Bill of Right
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    Control Guns Reasonably Lebanese American University Abstract Guns should be reasonably controlled in the U.S. because it increases crimes.The sociological and educational effects of guns are affecting the American society’s stability and security. Crime rates have been increasing in educat
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    Gun Control 1 Running head: GUN CONTROL Gun Control and the Right to Self Defense: The dismantling of Bill of Rights Mark A. Fuccello Grand Canyon University Micheal Rasak Professor Gun Control 2 Abstract The who, what, where and why the government and the advo
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  • Gun control in america
    Gun Control in America: Past, Present, & Future Abstract "Had Americans in 1787 been told that the federal government could ban… firearms… it is hard to imagine that the Constitution would have been ratified,” these words were used by the National Rifle Association in a court brief whe
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  • Gun control: the right to own
    Abstract Gun control has become a subject for political debate. Both sides have emotional viewpoints, and tend to have unreasonable expectations. This essay shows both the anti gun and pro gun points of view (logical and illogical), and finds that all Americans have the right to decide, whether or
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  • Gun control
    Running Head: THE NATIONAL DEBATE ON GUN CONTROL The National Debate on Gun Control In APA Style Derrick Bieller Cameron University Running Head: THE NATIONAL DEBATE ON GUN CONTROL Abstract Gun control has remained a leading controversial topic among politicians for the last half cent
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  • Gun control: ammunition accountability
    Sherman A. Mungin PHI-105 12/18/2011 Professor Marti Abitheira Gun Control: Ammunition Accountability There is talk about a ban on bullets. Gun control advocates are in favor of the ban. The gun rights activists feel that it is an infringement on their individual Second Amendment rights. E
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  • Gun control
    Gun Control & the Militia "Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed, as they are in almost every country in Europe." - Noah Webster (1787, Pamphlets on the Constitution of the US) "…History teaches that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms ha
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  • Gun control
    Gun Control Gun Control Abstract The aim of this paper is to oppose the right of having guns. The paper explores how the guns kill innocent people, the carelessness of the people who own them, and how innocent children get their hands on them and kill. This paper concludes that though the Se
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  • Gun control
    Gun Control and Crime Norman Grace June 13, 2012 Abstract Gun control is a multifaceted issue that has been debated for many years in the United States. The proponents of gun-control legislation argue that stricter laws will keep guns out of the hands of criminals. Those opposed to stricter
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  • Gun control in philppines
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  • Gun control laws
    Abstract This paper will show that gun control laws in the United States have had no significant effects on reducing crime. Although the anti-gun lobby supposes that passing more stringent laws will reduce the level of crime it will be shown that this just places additional hardships on the law a
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