When does personal responsibility become a part of the question?

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Re: When does personal responsibility become a part of the question?

Post by Jgideon » 31 May 2018, 05:18

I believe that we cannot blame an entire society for the crime commited by an individual. Everyone has to take responsibility for their actions. Owning a gun and using the gun to commit a crime are two different issues. It is important to make people know that every choice and action has consequences.

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Post by CheyenneR » 18 Jun 2018, 23:17

I think that several of the characters are responsible. Especially Vince and Trudi, they were very much against what was happening in the media but then at one point, they thought they could fix the problem the same way it started.

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Post by chupke07 » 20 Jun 2018, 11:57

Personal responsibility is the main culprit, therefore the shooter is responsible. The point the author is trying to make is the easy access to such dangerous weapons can make a bad decision a deadly one. There is one character who turns in all of her guns to be destroyed, not harming a single person.

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