Unbroken Analysis

Louie Zamperini’s life was documented in the book Unbroken which was written by Laura Hillenbrand. It goes onto explain how Louie Silvie Zamperini was born on January 26, 1917 to Italian immigrants in Olean, New York at eleven and a half pounds he had black hair as coarse as barbed wire. His parents Anthony and Louise got married when she was sixteen and had Louie was she was eighteen. They lived in an apartment where only Italian was spoke and they called their boys Toots. As Louie became a child and teen he became a trouble maker. At age five he started smoking by picking up cigarette buds and smoking them and by age eight he began drinking. One night he hid under the table and snatched glasses of wine and drank them all dry. Louie who idolized …show more content…
According the article, State Constitutional Rights to keep and Bear Arms, written by Eugene Volokh it talks about how people have the right to bears arms to protect themselves, their family, and their Property. Just like when Louie joined the military and used his right to protect his country from the Japanese army that was trying to destroy the United States through constant sneak attacks (47). The article goes on to talk about how using the right to bear arms Americans can protect themselves from any aggressive action done to them by the military. The article also goes on to talk about the different years and states that each of the forty-four right to bear arms freedom say. The most recent of worded freedom for the right to bear arms is from Wisconsin 1998 which states that, “The people have the right to keep and bear arms for security, defense, hunting, recreation or any other lawful purpose” …show more content…
According to the article Fundamental Rights and the right to Bears Arms goes on to talk about people how are for it see the right as fundamental while others see it as not fundamental (1). This goes with Louie joining the military and having his right to bear arms taken away from him while he is in the military or have it taken from him when he is out. Everyone should have the right, unless of course you are a criminal and then you lose all your rights pretty much not

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