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Who Says Guns and Alcohol Have to Be Bad?

Summary: This essay is about things that have important roles in our lives. I compare guns being important in my life to alcohol being important in Holden Caulfield's life from "A Catcher In the Rye," written by J. D. Salinger.
Three years ago, a group of teenagers gathered at a friend's house in Atlanta, Georgia so that they could talk, listen to music, and just hang out with their friends. Even though the purpose was for the friends to have fun together, the scenario quickly turned violent when a gun injured two of the teenagers. Violence is out of control in the United States, and guns are a major cause. Many Americans now share this belief which is fueling a nationwide movement that could result in a total prohibition on private gun ownership in the near future. People believe guns should be banned, and the concern of alcohol being dangerous is prevalent in our society. Both guns and alcohol can be abused through irresponsible use. For example, when alcohol is abused, affections can be misplaced and personal information can be released...

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