Hypothesis – Cleveland Brown 1203

Open carry will limit the number of violent crimes.

  1. https://www.aier.org/article/more-guns-less-crime/

It is trying to solve the problem will more guns equal more or less crime. It talks about the old gun’s laws back in 1900’s to the presents and compares the data from then to now.

  1. https://www.ojp.gov/ncjrs/virtual-library/abstracts/more-guns-less-crime-understanding-crime-and-gun-control-laws-third

This talks about the gun control laws in the different states. Talks about the gun control and crime rates, are nine chapters in which the author presents evidence to support the argument that more access to guns and the use of concealed carry laws can reduce crime rates.

  1. https://www.hngn.com/articles/141814/20151020/harvard-gun-study-the-more-guns-the-less-criminal-activity.htm

Harvard has a study dedicated to guns and crime. They talk about the different areas of places and how that can affect a certain outcome for crime and gun violence.

  1. https://news.stanford.edu/2017/06/21/violent-crime-increases-right-carry-states/

This articles is actually against the gun hypothesis and says it will cause more crime.

  1. https://wusfnews.wusf.usf.edu/politics/2015-10-14/politifact-florida-is-violent-crime-lower-in-states-with-open-carry-laws

This talks about open carry and how open carry can lower crime because criminals are less likely to come after you.

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1 Response to Hypothesis – Cleveland Brown 1203

  1. davidbdale says:

    This is a very worthy topic, CB. I hope you find a way to narrow it enough to make a significant contribution to the debate.

    Sources like your last one (the one I checked) aren’t useless, but they’re not particularly useful, either. They broadly identify positions people hold, but they don’t do much to clarify who’s right. You’ll want to concentrate on statistical evidence if you’re going to convince anyone that your point of view is more credible than others.

    Do you want help finding sources?


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