No Control
The Debate Over Gun Control in America

No Control - The Debate Over Gun Control in America
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Roy

The average gun deaths in Japan is only 10 people for both suicide and homicide, which is one of the lowest in the world.

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Bruce

Thanks for the opportunity to watch this documentary. It was well made and had informative, educated, and well spoken people involved. I recognize the complexity of this debate and this documentary film moves the debate in a positive direction by giving a reasoned dialogue a chance.

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Dayna

I actually learned quite a bit about guns, America and this debate. It is current which was valuable to me not something several years old. I thought it got some of the issues out into the light certainly not all of them. I would thank everyone who contributed because for the most part they ...Read more

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