Mill's Principle Of Open Carry Law

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An example that applies Mill’s principle happened recently here on campus. We had to vote if we should have the open carry law here at school. The school gave the student body the opportunity to exercise our voice or concerns by taking a survey to determine whether we should have it. This made us grow as a community, and it allows tyranny of the majority take place. I personally don’t want to have to open carry law here at school, mainly I will feel uncomfortable knowing that there are people walking around campus with guns. I understand that there is a requirement that people have to have in order to have a concerned weapon, but that still doesn’t make me feel safe. On the other hand, I also understand the other side’s point of view, that
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