Summarize the authors arguement in your own words. Make sure to explain who, if anyone, can have guns and why. Give examples. If we’re talking about rights, are these legal rights or moral rights? (Legal rights are rights protected by law, but moral rights are rights that should be protected even if the law fails to. For example, people are said to have a moral right to liberty, but slavery laws deprived certain individuals of a legal right to liberty.)

This week’s readings, David DeGrazia’s ‘The Case for Moderate Gun Control’ (please see attached article), discuss a variety ofarguments both for and against the right to own a private firearm.
Summarize the authors arguement in your own words. Make sure to explain who, if anyone, can have guns and why. Giveexamples. If we’re talking about rights, are these legal rights or moral rights? (Legal rights are rights protected by law, but moralrights are rights that should be protected even if the law fails to. For example, people are said to have a moral right to liberty, butslavery laws deprived certain individuals of a legal right to liberty.)