Analysis Of The Article ' Symposium Of Guns ' America ' By James Lindgren

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Throughout American history, the topic of gun control has been an argument filled with controversy. There have been a number of traumatic events in the country that involved the use of guns; Because of this, many Americans have become weary to the thought of anyone being able to carry a gun. Over the years, there have been many different stances developed pertaining to this topic. Some believe the Second Amendment should be completely abolished, others believe there should be no restrictions on guns, whatsoever. There is also an opinion in the middle of these two stances; some think by combining the two opposite beliefs and collaborating their ideas, a fair resolution could be made. In the article “Symposium of Guns in America”, James Lindgren discusses the history behind the Second Amendment and gun control in America. Lindgren declares that he believes in the Second Amendment, but also thinks there should be some form of gun control along with it. In Professor David Isaacs article, “Children and guns: A call to disarm”, Isaacs believes in the removal of all guns in American citizens’ homes due to their dangerous potential. In a FOX News debate, Dana Perino, Eric Bolling, Greg Gutfeld, and Katie Pavlich argue that enforcing further restrictions on guns isn’t going to solve the problem. These three sources all have different stances on the topic, but also have valid points. By comparing these three sources arguments, one can take into consideration all points of view and…

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