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Violence in America
Albert Hunt states in an article in the Wall Street Journal, the perfect analogy interpreting the effects of violence in music and in the media on children. He said, "If Frank Sinatra songs make people feel romantic and John Phillips Sousa makes people feel patriotic, then the obscene violence of (media) shock rocker Marilyn Manson or gansta-rapper Snoop Doggy Dogg might encourage impressionable and troubled teenagers to feel perverted or violent" (Hunt 652). Is there anything to dispute this point? Though clean-cut evidence has not been found relating violence in the media, circumstantial evidence is far too numerous and substantial to be ignored. In efforts to correct and help prevent youth violence we adults may give up a part of our first amendment right, but in the long run, all of our rights, our prosperity, and our lives are protected.…
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