The Second Amendment of the Constitution: The Right to Bear Arms
The American Constitution was a book of laws that gave a brief explanation of the American Dream. In the Constitution, there were ten laws that were considered the “Civil Rights,” and one of these laws laid commonly questioned and tested. The second Amendment of the Constitution: the right to bear arms was a very significant law in the American Constitution, since it has two sides of opinion. Many Americans consider that people should not have the right to bear arms, while the other party believed that America could be considerably safer if this law was ratified. Which party was factual?
The American Dream has been changed and dealt with numerous times, and Americans are still looking for the appropriate answer today. The right to bear arms was constantly questioned and was never put to the side. On a written survey for young teens, about 48% of youthful American citizens have an outlook that America would be safer if this law was never passed. These youthful citizens believed that guns and ammo only illustrates cruelty and disasters. One student indicated that “Guns are only for killing people you hate,” While another student stated that “Guns are for killing harmful animals for food. Guns don’t need to be used in such a way. Guns only show how cruel America has become.”
From this 48% of students they had a common factor that sums this law, “America is showing cruelty by passing this law.” When asked if there is another way of preventing America from using weapons, the students stated out that people could talk over their problems. When asked if killing the animals was unethical, of the 48% that was against this law, 46% of the students believed that killing animals “was a way of life.” Based on this survey of youthful students, this law was only harmful if there was murder involved. After collecting the survey I asked “if this law stated that people could not bear arms, then what...
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