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    No Man's Land was a place both armies would used to patrol, repair, or add barbed wire to their front lines.Trench warfare had a massive impact on soldiers as it caused huge amounts of casualties on the battlefield and also caused health problems because the battlefield was infested with rats and lice. Trench warfare is when holes are built into the ground and sandbags are placed around the holes as a protective barrier. When using trench warfare, the soldiers would shoot from the holes they had…

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    Annotated Bibliography: Gun Control Everyone has their opinion over Guns, many believe it’s ok to have guns but others disagree. But many have guns for protection, I understand people abuse the power on having guns and commit a crime. Many shootings have occurred this year and last year. I feel that people should be allowed to have guns, but I also believe in order to maintain one, they shall do a background and medical check on the person before allowing purchase. Sanders argues over gun…

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    Gabriel Montegut, born in July 30, 1839, was the great-grandson of Dr. Gabriel Montegut, who came to Louisiana from France in 1760. Dr. Montegut held a military commission as a surgeon under Spanish rule, and was the first resident surgeon of the Charity Hospital in New Orleans. Dr. Montegut’s wife, Francoise Delisle Dupart’s family came to Louisiana with Bienville. One of their sons and grandfather of Gabriel, Edgar Montegut was the mayor of New Orleans in 1844 and established St. Sophie…

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    By Federal law gaining legal access to a gun is a process simpler than a refinancing a family home in the United States. Our government states that under federal law a licensed gun dealer cannot sell any handguns and/or ammo to anyone that is under 21 and can’t sell long arms (Shot guns/ rifles) to anyone under the age of 18 but an unlicensed dealer cannot sell handguns to anyone under 18 and can sell long arms to anyone regardless of age. Everyday there are up to nine deaths under the age of 21…

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    Gun control can go both ways. Either you completely support guns, or are utterly against them. There is an in between, but that does not really matter in this case, mostly because the in between people most likely do not care. In the many articles that I have read, it seems there are more people for the ban of guns rather than letting them just go around and be easily bought like they are now. I will bring up the pros and cons of having and not having guns. What America would be like if we did…

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    If you read the newspaper or watched the news There’s always a story of someone getting shot or a shooting that took place, if you are like me you’re probably thinking to yourself, what is going on in America right now? The worst part about it is the fact that most of them are young African American teens. This problem keeps growing instead of decreasing. Our streets have become a battle field for thugs and gangsters to settle their disputes. We can’t allow this problem to continue growing, we…

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    Taser Gun

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    For this paper the topic I chose to get informed about was the Taser. Throughout this paper, I will be discussing what a Taser is by defining it and giving some examples of what it can look like, who is allowed to carry a Taser lawfully, how someone can obtain or purchase a Taser, and finally the benefits of owning a Taser. For starters, some of you may be wondering what is a Taser? Well according to the Metropolitan Police website, the definition of a Taser is stated as “a less lethal single…

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    Pro Gun Control Essay

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    Gun Control With many shootings and massacres happening within the past decade, gun control has become the heated topic of today’s society. There’s a debate on the legislation of gun control, determining rather or not legislation is needed. Those in the support of more legislation on gun control believe that the number of deaths caused by guns will be brought down. According to the Counterpoint Article, Japan and England hold some of the strictest gun control laws, leading to the results in…

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    The Second Amendement gave us the right to bear armes. Wayne LaPierre listed arguments to support why armed guards should be in schools. These arguments include LaPierre saying as parents we do everything we can to keep our children safe, the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun, and a gun in the hands of the Secret Service Agents and a soldier protecting the President and the country isn’t a bad word. Wayne LaPierre also asked his readers why the idea of a gun is…

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    One social problem in which has been an ongoing growing problem is crime/violence among the younger generation. The main emphasis that will be discussed is gun violence among the youth and how this issue is turning into a tragic epidemic. Far too many children have access to guns and or weapons, whether it is in their own homes or in the vicinity. This is turning into a new serious epidemic that needs to be controlled and contained before things end up worse. Each day, sadly the news reports…

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