Gun Control: A Reference Handbook

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ABC-CLIO, 1995 - Political Science - 408 pages
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This fact-filled resource helps readers understand both sides of the emotionally charged gun control debate.
Here in a single, unbiased volume can be found a broad range of information on a subject that strikes a deep chord in America. The logical, legal, and moral foundations of the opposing "liberal" and "conservative" viewpoints are explored in depth. Biographical sketches of key figures and a detailed chronology of the history of this debate are also provided. In addition, alphabetical listings of relevant organizations and of selected print and nonprint resources are supplied. Facts on gun control - related issues frequently come from less than reliable sources, making this objective survey all the more valuable to researchers, advocates, lobbyists, legislators, and all concerned citizens looking for balanced information on this polarizing issue.

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and Gun Control Policy
34
Control Guns or Understand
46
Chronology
59
Copyright

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