Name: Professor: Course: Date: Easing Gun Restrictions in College Increases Crime Outline Introduction In La Grange College a Bowie knife fight between two students left one student dead. What of a gun? Over the years the view of the public on the issue of possessing guns has changed. In response to the tragedy Virginia Tech and other college campuses the law allows citizens to carry their concealed weapons in possession of a proper license. This implies that handgun possession is legal as long as the individual in question has no record of committing security in colleges others argue that it increases the consequences of armed weapons. Based on the current studies easing gun restrictions in college does not help stop crime but instead endangers lives by increasing crimes easing gun restrictions in college campuses increases insecurity and crime. Works Cited Birnbaum Robert. “Ready Fire Aim: The College Campus Gun Fight”. Change Vol. 45.5(2013): 16-14. DOI: 10.1080/00091383.2013.812462 Cramer Clayton. “Guns on Campus: A History”. Acade.Quest Vol. 27(2014): 411-425. DOI 10.1007/s12129-014-9451-2 “New Texas Gun Control Law Allows Concealed Guns on Campus” BBC News August 1st 2016. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-36948149 [...]
For this assignment, you will be making a detailed outline, in complete sentence format, of the argument "of allowing guns to colleges does not help to stop crime. Instead, it endangers the lives of both the students and the staff" and include the refutation. The outline should follow the structure here, although it should be its own document. More instructions are attached in a pdf below.