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Submitted by StillGray 530d ago | opinion piece

Stop Blaming Video Games for America's Gun Violence

CSM: "Studies show that a child playing a violent video game does not necessarily increase the likelihood that he or she will engage in real violence. Americans need to stop blaming something other than our own behaviors and ideologies for societal violence, especially gun violence." (Culture)

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