The Importance Of Stricter Gun Control

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Less gun, more beautiful life Now, gun ownership is being legalized in many countries, but crimes committed by the people who have guns are likely to imminently endanger the life or property safety of innocent citizens. There has been a mass shootings in the United States recently (Newman & Hartman 2017). As a result, it made the controversial topic “whether the government should control guns more strictly” have more debate value. Gun control is defined as a way that aim for “protecting the safety of citizens through limits on and regulation of firearms” (“GUN CONTROL:A.” 1984). There is an argument that the government may control the number of people can legally posses a gun and the time the people could posses a gun more strictly. For example, the person who want to posses a gun should have healthy mental state and no criminal record. In order to make sure the citizens have the sense of security, the government may also should know the things that the guns used for. This thesis will be discussed in three aspect: Stricter gun control policy could help to reduce suicide rates. Stricter gun control policy may reduce violence and crime. Stricter gun control policy is likely to improve people’s mental health. Now let’s start with the first aspect. First and foremost, stricter controls on guns could reduce suicide rates and save some people’s lives. The Kellermann’s studies shows that “from 1968 through 1985, the rate of suicide involving firearms increased 36 percent, whereas

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