End strong . Do not merely restate your thesis. In a short essay, there is no need to run through the points you've already made unless the subject is quite technical and the audience needs the reminder. Some of the same strategies you use for an introduction can also be used as part of the conclusion, such as a gripping quote or a startling statistic. The end is the time to look to the future or give a call to action. For instance, if you've identified gun trade as the real problem, you might briefly suggest how we begin addressing that problem. If you've told part of a story in your opening, finish it at the end, giving a sense of having come full circle
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