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  • Cultural Literacy Essay

    Guns and America Imagine America without the artifacts that reflect and influence our culture. Society would lack the entities that have made America what it is today. In recent years, one could make the argument that cultural artifacts have negatively and positively influenced society. Through mediums...

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  • Gun Control in Philppines

    ABSTRACT TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Acknowledgement………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Chapter 1……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Introduction ...

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  • Networking Concept

    Gun Free, Why have Guns? Abstract This report will show how effective gun free zone will cut down the number of crimes committed here in United State. It will also show how using gun free zone will enforce gun control. This reports main focus is on gun control and not to take away or get rid of guns...

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  • Complecated Concealed Carry Laws

    Complicated Concealed Carry Laws | | | | | Abstract Concealed carry laws vary greatly from state to state, and people on both sides of the gun control debate are concerned with current legislation proposed by the U.S. House of Representatives. Surveys can be asked in certain...

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  • Hist 102 individual essay 1

    Tutor: Course: Date: Gun Control Abstract The issue of gun control laws has raised debates on whether gun control is good or bad. To answer this question, it is important to look at evidence supporting a certain stand. This manuscript seeks to investigate the issue of gun control. Specifically, the article...

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  • Gun Ownership in America

    GUN OWNERSHIP IN AMERICA Gun Ownership in America and our Second Amendment Rights Emil Lemay Strayer University Abstract It is estimated that there are roughly 200 million privately owned firearms in America. This equals approximately one firearm to each person living here. This country is split...

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  • Gun Control

    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 will...

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  • policy paper on gun control

     POLICY PAPER ON GUN CONTROL FRANCIS OTIENO OTIATO (T00524520) October 2013 Policy Paper on Gun Control The fact that over 40% of households in the United States own a gun is terrifying. Despite the fact that owning a gun for the self-defense purpose is...

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  • Gun Control

    Gun Control: The Battle Rages On Abstract This paper discusses and is centered around the on-going debate over gun control, I directly address how each major political party views this subject and what I believe the United States Government should do to be able to best combat this tremendous issue...

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  • Writing to the President

    and simply disarms the innocent law abiding citizens who are most in need of a form of self-defense. To fully understand the reasons behind the gun control efforts, we must look at the history of our country, and the role firearms have played in it. The second amendment to the Constitution of the United...

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  • The Issue of Gun Control

    The Issue of Gun Control Will stricter gun control of guns really reduce crime? Gun control laws are designed to restrict, control, and license gun ownership to the general public. It has been a controversial topic for many years with two extreme sides. The side for stricter gun laws would argue...

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  • The Effects of Gun Control Law on Violent Crime Rates

    The Effects of Gun Control Law on Violent Crime Rates Emily JettCSCI N207Final Project12/8/2012 | Abstract: This paper discusses the relationship between violent crime rates in each state as well as that state’s corresponding gun control laws. The data is presented to provide information pertaining...

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  • Final Draft for English Comp 2

    Lindsie S. Nicholson August 22, 2010 Unit 5 Individual Project ENG107-Shana Koh ABSTRACT Gun laws have changed over the past few years. There are many laws pertaining to the legal and illegal possession of a fire-arm. The gun laws are pretty strict. In most cities they are not being enforced and too many...

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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 not...

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  • Market Equilibrating Process

    ECO/561 Abstract This paper will introduce economic concepts of market equilibrating, supply and demand, laws, and identify surplus and shortages. It will provide information on market equilibrating in relation to the new gun control laws. Congress is lobbying for stricter gun control laws...

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  • Anit-Gun Control

    Anti-Gun Control: Preserving The Second Amendment Corey Jones West Coast University, Ontario Abstract The gun control debate is more than just a two-sided argument about whether guns should be legal or banned. The right of the people to keep and bear arms is not limited to what restrictions the...

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  • Gun control

    Does gun control reduce crime rate? Abstract Over the past few months, people across the nation have been debating about gun control. Topics ranging from firearm restrictions to background checks have been heavily discussed by both emotion and logic, by both gun supporters...

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  • Taser

    commonly known form of a stun gun, a device that used to deliver a high voltage shock that temporarily immobilizes another human being. Typically, a stun gun is used by law enforcement personnel, but ordinary citizens also use stun guns as a means of self defense. Stun guns are simple electrical devices...

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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 Second...

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  • Gun Control

    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 educational...

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