ASSIGNMENT ID
1043646
SUBJECT AREA Other
DOCUMENT TYPE Other types
CREATED ON 21st July 2019
COMPLETED ON 22nd July 2019
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Expert hired: SolemnPromise001

week 11 discussion

I need a reply to this post: Would fewer people owning guns mean there would be fewer gun-related deaths or would more guns be a deterrent for crime? The original post should be a minimum of 150 words. This discussion needs reference and citations. Then later on I'll send you another post, you"ll just have to reply to it on agreeing with the post. It will only have to be 100 words. I need it done in 1 hour.
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