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Title: Bowling for columbine

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Devin B
Date: July 23, 2013
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I also agree with the depiction of an insensitive NRA, based on the NRAs gun rallies shortly after two major gun-related tragedies, in the areas where they occurred. I do believe that the cartoon history depicting white people as fearful racists, committed to genocide is incorrect. I also disagree with the movies portrayal of the history of violence put forth by the United States and its military...

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It first explores the correlation of gun ownership and high crime rates. You begin to see some patterns of high gun ownership and violent crime, when all of the sudden the theory gets blown out of the water, when we study Canada. Canada is a country of 30 million people with approximately 7 million gun owners...

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