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    In America gun violence has always been a problem that has caused a large amount of turmoil within our country. Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer that would cease all gun related violence in our nation. Although it very well persists in many other countries, here it has a drastic impact on the way we live. Many people have different views on how we should approach this problem, but, unfortunately, the truth is as long as there are guns, peace is almost never guaranteed. Despite this, other changes can be made and new laws can be enforced to possibly minimize the amount of incidents that occur nationwide. Approximately 306 people are shot every day by assaults, suicides and police interferences. I believe in order to better this country for the path of less violence, a plan needs to be made to even further tighten our security, as well as our punishments, to better enforce the law of non-licensed people not being able to wield, or carry around a gun. This could be in the form of a bill, legislation, or even a new law passed by congress that proposes that any and all individuals seen or caught possessing a firearm illegally, or, in an area that prohibits them after being forewarned, will be prosecuted immediately. These laws will also come with more efficient security checks at places such as airports, clubs and crowded places that would require them. This should effectively limit the number of the potential amount of assaults and homicides that occur and would…

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    Gun violence with has been the cause of the deaths of many American adults and children. According to BBC News, there were about 372 mass shootings in the United States in the year of 2015. There was 2015 Umpqua Community College shooting that had killed ten people and wounded 20 by the end of the day. People thought of the shooting with a collective shrug which means that they saw it as another common occurrence and ignored it. The collective shrug shows how America has been comfortable about…

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    A Target Worth Aiming At With an average of 4.3 million firearms being added to the United States each year, gun control is one of the most rapidly growing problems in our nation. The right to bear arms was the 2nd amendment in our Constitution; so obviously to our forefathers this has been a very important ideal since the beginning of our nation. Without implementing some sort of law in the coming years, all citizens will soon be in danger. According to the National Institute of Justice,…

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    In 2015, 12,223 people died because of gun incidents. Gun violence is a substantial issue that should not be taken lightly. Gun violence should not be taken lightly because many people are losing their lives at faster speeds because of guns and the people who choose to pull that trigger and take off the safety. After thorough investigation we found that gun violence is a serious issue but there are other issues to worry about relating to gun violence that are important and add to the death of…

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    What Is Social Darwinism?

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    “Social Darwinism” is a term used to imply natural selection to humans. It generally means that some cultures or races were naturally “better” than others, and it was exploited greatly during the age of colonization to justify imperialism. The Europeans technology, economy and government were far more advanced than any other race at the time. They mass produced the arquebus, used to take over south America. Due to this, they used social Darwinism to tell everyone that it was the Europeans that…

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    Essay On Gunpowder Weapons

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    with “Medieval Military Technology” and in 2012 they updated it with the second edition. It is generally regarded as the definitive source on medieval weaponry garnering praise and large readership. In the book Devries and Smith argue that firearms didn’t have an immediate impact on the battlefield, rather it took time for engineers to design effective firearms and it took time for them to be culturally acceptable. Unlike traditional medieval warfare which respected social status, “...gunpowder…

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    simplified skull rack which was also found near the Temple Mayor. The Codex Mendoza was created to contain information about the lords of Tenochtitlan. The images were often in Spanish by a priest that spoke Nahuatl, the language spoken by the Nahuas (an Aztec ethnic group). The Codex was intended to be sent to the Spanish King, Emperor Charles V of Spain. However, it never made it to Spain . 4.Representing celestial, aristocratic, and military beings all at once, these angels were created as…

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    Routines are a part of the human nature. We wake up, get dressed, and carry on our day with whatever we have planned. What if your routine consisted of grabbing a glock or an Arquebus and aiming at another human being and pulling the trigger? Wake up, fight, kill, survive, sleep. That routine is something child soldiers undergo every day of their lives. Kill or be killed, they say. The disputation of child soldiers has been going on for years and years. On one side of the debate, people insist…

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