Gun Control Dbq

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Within American ideals, laws, and opinions concerning gun control, firearms continue to be a critical matter in the government, schools, and communities. Notably, the nation 's government has attempted, and or passed, laws that inhibit guns in some kind of way. Now, generally the issue of gun control is viewed differently by either political parties; liberal Democrats tend to sway towards the side that is in favor of gun control laws, while Conservative Republicans have opposing views about these ideas. Therefore, since our nation is executively governed by Barack Obama, a democrat, the concern around firearm laws have intensified over the past eight years he has been in office. His desire to moderate guns is unlawful, in fact, the definition itself, gun control, is a paradox to the…show more content…
A country whose rights are secured in a national document, stating that “No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States” (U.S. Constitution), should not be able to obstruct rights of mentally secure, law abiding,
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