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Why do Americans equate guns with freedom?

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E. Austin

E. Austin

Answered on Nov 23, 2018

Because our forefathers taught us to question our government and to depend on our rights as individuals to protect our freedoms, our feelings about gun ownership are rooted in our historic struggle for liberty, which goes all the way back to the American Revolution. "The right to bear arms" is a significant piece in the Constitution of the United States. In more oppressive societies, citizens are deprived of this right.

Guns are used in this country for us to protect ourselves. Weapons are used to defend ourselves against imminent danger. The Constitution of the United States is created around a system of government that is by the people. The constitution restricts the government from having too much power.

F. Ray

F. Ray, Student, Kansas City

Answered on Jul 09, 2018

There was a time when Americans thought that they could never defend themselves from oppressors but then they had guns. Guns became their sole reason for feeling hope. This is because of their history and they have managed to continue on with this even years after they were oppressed. This is the nation wherein those who are 18 years old and above can already begin to purchase different types of guns.

They feel that guns can actually protect them from harm. People who do not have guns may be ridiculed because they are not taking their freedom seriously. People in America just feel that guns can be used for a lot of good purposes. This is why they equate guns with freedom.

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