Research Paper On The Right To Bear Arms

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  • The Right to Bear Arms

    A 3 page paper which argues for the right to bear arms as outlined in the Bill of Rights. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Gun Control an the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution

    A 5 page paper that looks at the Second Amendment and the few gun control cases and laws that have been passed over the centuries since. The paper defends the right to bear arms and posits that the right to bear arms is not only a constitutional right, but an historic imperative based on the general public's historic experiences with centrist governments and centrist movements--and what 'militia' means in this context. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Gun Ownership and the Rights of the People

    7 pages in length. The writer discusses how the Constitution sits on the side of gun control opponents, legally reminding everyone that people have a right to bear arms. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • 2nd Amendment 'Right to Bear Arms' of the US Constitution

    A 15 page argumentative essay in support of the Second Amendment right to bear arms. The paper explores the history behind the Constitutional Amendment, gun legislation, new legal and historian interpretations of the Amendment, and public opinions on the issue--leading to the final conclusion in support of the Second Amendment. Bibliography lists 16 sources.

  • Army Personnel Management Policy Differences Between Civilian and Active Members

    A 10 page paper discussing how contractual members of the armed forces are managed differently than are civilian personnel. From most outward appearances, civilian personnel management bears very little difference from that of any other large US employer; contractual members of the armed forces are managed in very different ways, but for very good reasons. It is discipline and respect that comprise the two prime characteristics of daily military operation, but they also are primary in times of crisis. Contractual members of the armed forces may look with either envy or disdain at the “nicer” treatment civilian personnel receive, but as General Colin Powell illustrates, their commanding officers are charged with teaching them there is a reason for everything that happens. They could be in combat; the civilians never will be. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

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