The New Gun Control
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The paper discusses the controversial and passionate political and social debate of gun control. The paper examines how shootings were occurring with seeming regularity in the United States schools with gang violence harming communities and innocent bystanders. The paper further discusses how gun advocacy groups are funding politicians and how anti-gun activists can promote their cause.
From the Paper:Throughout the 1990s and the earlier parts of the twenty-first century, it would seem that one of the more controversial and passionate political and social debates was gun control. With shootings occurring with seeming regularity in United States' schools, with gang violence harming communities and innocent bystanders, and with a politically liberal majority in power, talk of controlling access to firearms, at least certain more dangerous models and types, was commonplace. Yet, things have changed in the past few years. The nation is now in the control of politically conservative individuals and interests, who are backed and funded by gun advocacy groups, as well as put in place by a seeming popular majority of those who embrace their right to bear arms and do not want this right curtailed. So, in this new atmosphere of gun toting, what are those who feel the need to legislate stricter gun laws to do?
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