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America Freedom and Violence Imagine the emotionless testimony of a violent youngster who may not realize he is fingering an accomplice as he quickly excuses his violent act Oh I dont know I just saw it on TV Countless acts of senseless violence in the past few decades have led our society to believe that although freedom of speech is a trait that separates America from many other countries it has also made us more brutal Media outlets such as television movies and music have had a major impact on our nation The outlets can allow us to be creative make money and have fun The downside is when it leads to homicide suicide and other serious crimes The best example of seeing the influence of violence is the exact copy cat crimes that are played out day after day Media also tends to guide children that may seem insecure confounded or simply daunted by what they see on the television This cause creates a variety of effects mostly leading to violence or desensitization to the events that occur around them To understand how violence can be seen through media look to a common feeling when people listen to a new song that they start liking It can be described as an almost euphoric high People that share this common feeling go to concerts where it seems like anything is fun and exciting Often with so much intense hysteria people can feel pushy and violent as they try to get into the music As a result concerts such as the 1999 Woodstock can end in violence Events like this and other media extensions are uncontrollable because people have the right to be able to say what they want to say and express what they feel with little to no intervention It is the first amendment that allows us to have the rights of freedom in our country Freedom of speech has allowed media to
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