The Consequences Of An Article Summary: The Act Of Gun Control

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Gun Control is generally referring to laws and policies that can regulate the manufacture, sale, transfer, possession, modification, that consider using a firearm. The act of Gun control took place in 1938, when the Federal Government was growing rapidly. Almost 200 years ago the Founding Fathers drafted the second amendment, in the process of it no one questioning whether the need of owning a gun was need it. Although Famers believes it was necessary for personal liberty. Although the second amendment was an act for the Gun Control the laws and policies were not as enforced as they should have been. Gun were sold over counters, catalogs, ship by mail, and exchange for anyone that was consider an adult all over the nation. It wasn’t till …show more content…
Guns have been around for many years; it has been updated as year went by. An article, “The history of Gun Control Part 1”, touches the key point on why Gun Control need to be in force for those that are owners of a firearm. A philosopher, George Santayana states the following; “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. It’s true. One of the reasons to study history is to avoid repeating past mistakes”. Is clear that Mr. Santayana believes that everyone should pay close attention to history and the reason behind the decision the government made in that time period. Mr. Santayana also believes that everyone should know the history on Gun Control, the history teaches you the terrible price to pay when losing the right to bear …show more content…
Despite that many people lost their life because guns were in the hands of the wrong person, Guns manufacture volunteered to add a child safety lock on new guns. Today we fight for the control act to be taken in serious matter as we still have crime happen because of the fault of other that are not considerate for those that have lost their life or are paralyzed because a gun was in the hand of the wrong person. An article in the New York Times, “Washington Talks; Working Process, Fighting the Fight on Gun Control: Sarah Brady, the article is about, Sarah Brady wife of James S. Brady secretary of the white house who was shot accidently when someone made an attempt to assassinate president Reagan in 1981. Mrs. Brady was left disabled after the accident. Since the Gun Control act was still not strongly enforced and seeking for Federal control on pistols and waning an educational campaign that promotes safe ways of handling guns. Mrs. Brady, Matches wits debating key points with the National Rifle Association, is one of Washington most potent and feared lobbies. Mrs. Brady Participated in a Capitol Hills News conference with senator Howard M. Mentzenbaum and Representative Edward F. Feighan, From the Ohio Democrats Who are sponsoring A New Gun Control Bill. This Bill will hold up deliveries of pistols

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