Gun Control - Austin Fortner Enc 1102 Mrs. Weaver September...

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Austin Fortner Enc 1102 Mrs. Weaver September 20, 2006 Subject: Gun Control Purpose: Trying to persuade the reader into believing that gun control is needed in our society. Audience: Pro-gun control supporters Occasion: Informing the masses and addressing a controversial social issue “Bearing Arms” In America everyone has the right to bear arms according to the second amendment, but is that power just too much? The continual outcry for gun control in America comes from the people affected by the second amendment and its loose laws; people who have suffered losses from accidental gun incidents or violent crimes involving guns. One person named Molly Ivins hears these cries and by writing an article “Ban the things. Ban them all.” She expresses her feelings towards guns and the need for reform. With a radical stance and preaching to the supporters of the cause, Ivins draws the reader in with an impatient and sarcastic tone and tries to show the reader the problems with guns in order to make a change regarding the second amendment. Molly Ivins essay “Ban the things. Ban them all.” has many good points but the use of tone and lack of evidence makes her possibly strong argument weak. To begin her article, Ivins introduces a humorous and sarcastic undertone that
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENG 1102 taught by Professor Weaver during the Winter '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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