How America's schools handled firearms in 1956

1956 firearms in the classroom
That was 58 years ago.
Now, if a kid even holds his hand like shooting a gun, or bites a cookie into the shape of a gun, or talks about guns, or wears an NRA t-shirt, or brings a souvenir shell-casing to school, or twirls a pencil, or plays with a toy gun in his home, he is sent to the principal’s office and could be expelled from school.
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Anonymous
Anonymous
5 years ago

Yup, what left/liberal progressives really hate about guns is that someone else has them.

Northerngirl
Northerngirl
5 years ago

Libratard policies have made the world a horribly dangerous place. Talking about guns in schhool in the 50’s helped demystify and educate children about guns, not a bad thing at all. With understanding comes respect for the guns and how they can be used for good or bad.

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vernon
5 years ago

Reblogged this on Vernon Pope.

marblenecltr
5 years ago

I imagine the United States as a nation in which tax-paid schools will lose their creditation (I know that’s a word, maybe not a good one, but I learned it somewhere), for dumbing our children down to become obedient, willing slaves of those who achieved and maintain their power through falsehoods. Let me thank the good, hard-working, and intelligent teachers who struggle in thankless jobs to keep the ship of knowledge and reason afloat in difficult circumstances..

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DCG
5 years ago

Chicago missed the message…

truckjunkie
truckjunkie
5 years ago

Can ANYONE remember anyone in their childhood going into a School and shooting anyone? When I was in School (E. 60’s-mid 70’s),in MY home town almost every family had at least two guns-a deer rifle and a shotgun,and as soon as a kid was big enough to physically handle one or the other,or both,they started going hunting. By the time they were old enough to drive,they had their own guns to hunt with,as well as handguns in many cases. It was just part of growing up;I used to even go Duck hunting with the Principal of my School before class… Read more »