Confliction on American's Right to Bear Arms

In 1789, James Madison first introduced one of the most important documents to the development of the United States– the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights included ten Amendments, which generally stated and affirmed the rights of human being’s equality. The document soon effectively became the first ten United States’ Constitution Amendments and it lasts until today as a sign of states’ fundamental principle of human’s liberty. The document seem to be especially suitable for the reasons what people mean to make it – to protect the rights of human. However, there is nothing perfect at all – the second amendment, which concerns of guns ownership, brings out numerous of arguments throughout citizen’s conflict opinions. The essay fluently gives out an overview of the second amendment, and explants how its different interpretations have led to controversies today.
Back to the previous centuries when the first American settlers fight against British for freedom, guns power were the useful hand to support the colonies in wars. The founders of early government called citizens’ agreement for forming a Constitution, and the Constitution was basely formed up on the British laws and events. The British had a tradition of protecting individual rights from government, which was mentioned in the English Declaration of Rights and the Magna Carta. Right to bear arms was formed in that way through the idea of individual self- protection. From generations to generations, the idea of guns ownership in America is still an unsolvable issue that has led to controversies today between conflict political perspectives, governors, news, and citizens.
One of the points of view about this right to bear arm is supporting it with the reason “individual self-protection.” The supporters for the right though that the world they are living is unsafe, and they need guns on side to survive. James Salzer, Atlanta journal constitution reporter, said that: “there is no evidence Georgians licensed to...