The Definitions Of Gun Violence In America

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Gun violence’s has been apart American history from the very beginning. On the day of March 5th, 1770 an event occurred that changed history of the world. That event was the Boston massacre in which 5 civilians were killed by a gunshot to their body and their names were Crispus Attucks, Samuel Gray, Patrick Carr, Samuel Maverick and James Caldwell they were some of first of many to come.( History.com Staff) America's prevalent gun culture branches from its colonial history, revolutionary roots, frontier expansion, and the Second Amendment, which states: "A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. From this gun violence in America has grown into an epidemic of epic proportions from the date of 1770 to the present it has only continued to plague America with the blood of the innocent. I believe that without the 2nd amendment America would be a safer place but we have deeply imbedded guns with the ideals of America that it would be highly improbable to separate the two, but I think that we should increases restrictions on the types of guns allowed to be bought and be certain to do intensive background checks and we the public should be actively aware on how to prevent gun violence in our homes by locking up guns and making sure they are out of reach for children. The usual defence is that the Second Amendment protects an individual’s right to own guns, and

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