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"Just Take Away Their Guns" is an powerful argument than "I Want a Wife." James Wilson gives a more factual, organizational and better language utilized debate than Judy Brady. In "I Want a Wife" Brady is stereotypical of what she thinks to be the roles of the husband and wife. Also Brady's essay is just one sided, she never says a negative that would argue her viewpoint. While Wilson reveals two clearly stated sides of his argument. The first reason as to why ? Just Take Away Their Guns? Is better is because the essay has additional specifics and facts that can?t be refutable. The president needs more gun control but the people says the laws will neglect who's right? And in deciding who is right will some of our alterations be taken away or shortened? Taking away the right to be able to purchase and possess a gun will have hardly any effect on the illegal use of guns. Wilson says that there are 200 million guns in private possession, about one-fifth of these handguns. Of the 200 million handguns which are owned, only 2 percent of the population is permitted to commit a crime. Out of the 200 million firearms, about one-sixth of them, are bought legally through a gun or pawn shop. Lots of the present handguns owned, are stolen, borrowed, or obtained through personal purchases that wouldn?t be affected by gun legislation states Wilson. When there was a successful effort to take away or to shrink the number of legally purchased weapons or accessories (ammunition) then what happened to our right to bear arms? Isn?t self defense a key part in our time? If a lot of firearms are stolen, then how is taking away the firearms going to help? It isn't, because people will always find ways to acquire a gun no matter the restrictions set upon it. Even though Wilso...