Gun Control And The Constitution : Should We Amend The Second Amendment?

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As many people should know, hundreds of thousands of people die every day. Many of them go under the category that they shoot and kill themselves or they get killed by some pathetic individual with a gun. In the article, “Gun Control and the Constitution: Should We Amend the Second Amendment?” It states that, “Last year, handguns killed 48 people in Japan, 8 in Great Britain, 34 in Switzerland, 52 in Canada, 58 in Israel, 21 in Sweden, 42 in West Germany, and 10,728 in the Unites States.” Following with a “GOD BLESS AMERICA.” There has been so many cases in the United States where most of all the massacres that occur, happen to be with firearms that have been legalized to use. It has been said that approximately 82% of all mass shootings have been used with actual legalized weapons around the United States. Being that the case, as everyone knows, when talking about “gun control,” many arguments come to surface. Every individual has a different point of view and sticks to it until the end. Due to all the violent crimes that America has gone through, the government should make gun laws that makes it difficult for individuals to have the right to own a firearm. An example of a recently massacre that has happened in the United States is the San Bernardino Shooting. This happened on December 2, 2015, when two individuals, Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, 27, shot 35 people in total, killing 14 of them, and injuring 21. Elizabeth Chuck mentions that the

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