National Rifle Association: money, firepower & fear

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National Press Books, May 1, 1992 - Political Science - 285 pages
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this uniquely American institution and its role in the gun control wars. Tossing aside accepted stereotypes, it reveals an NRA that will shock gun owners and non-gun owners alike. The NRA's original vision of a coonskin-capped "citizen-soldier" has turned into a national nightmare of violence and death. NRA: Money, Firepower & Fear tells why.

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This review is completely innacurate - trumped up effort to eliminate individual liberty. It attempts to undermine the constitution and Americans right to defend. Lookup our founding fathers comments on the right to bear arms.

Contents

Introduction
13
Lovers and Friends
87
Fear and Intimidation
143
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