Gun Control

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Gun Control Proponents of strict gun control laws argue that reducing the number of crimes committed with guns would save lives. Each year in the United States, more than 35,000 people are killed by a gun, a death rate much higher than in any other industrial nation. Attacks involving a gun are five times more likely to result in a death than similar attacks made with a knife. In 1992, guns were weapons used in approximately two-thirds …

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…more dangerous sense of power Due ! to the Gun Control Act in 1968, restrictions on imports caused a boom in sales for domestic manufactures and dealers. While the act forces dealers to record the identity and address of gun buyers, such credentials are easily, and of course, nothing prohibited resale without credentials. More, while the act stops the import of Saturday Night Specials, nothing prohibited the imports of parts that could be assembled here. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**