Argumentative Essay On The Columbine

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Columbine: The Truth No One Wants To Hear What happens before, during, and after a tragedy no one saw coming? To this day the United States of America still mourns the loss of people who gave their lives to help people and the people who got them taken away by the terrorists that sought out to harm innocent citizens and caused the tragedy on September 11th, 2001, but what determines if something gets remembered or not? It’s preventable-ness, it’s impact on the days after, or is it if the tragedy is caused by an outside source? 9/11 was a large event that made national headlines, this affected people on a national scale. Let’s shrink the size of thing from the large city of New York and focus on the small town of Littleton, Colorado 2 years prior to 9/11. The Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999 was a catastrophe of epic proportions, some argue that nothing could have been done, but with the advancements of technology and research on the internet people can see how badly Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were bullied and harassed, people can also learn how if signs like internet posts and obsessions with weapons were taken seriously this horrific event could have been prevented. Historical Context Who you you blame if your child shot someone, would you blame him, maybe yourself, but what if terrible things happened at school that no one took notice to. The two boys, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, fall into this third category. They were bullied endlessly by

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