An analysis of Bowling for Columbine

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Michael Moore makes the point by taking the argument to Canada. Why is it that Canada has guns but the crime rate is lower? The obvious answer--that the audience simply has to surmise-- is that America is class based. Behaviors and events depicted in the film Bowling for Columbine are carefully crafted to portray this point of view...
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It is not meant to take a fair look at the subject. Rather, as in all of Moore's films, he likes to surprise those included in the film. Many of his tactics are questionable, but his logic is mesmerizing. While one can point to flaws in his ideas, it is hard to completely oppose his points. He makes extremely interesting connections between events...
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