Guns, crime, and freedom

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, Aug 1, 1995 - Law - 263 pages
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An examination of the gun-control debate by the CEO of the National Rifle Association argues that taking away guns from those who acquire them legally is a dangerous idea and states that the criminal justice system, and not gun control, is behind our nation's problem. Reprint. Tour.

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Review: Guns, Crime, and Freedom

User Review  - Vicki - Goodreads

Written during the Clinton administration when the term "Assault Weapon" became the favorite label of gun control freaks for all "scary" looking guns. They haven't given up on taking American citzens right to arm themselves against an oppressive, totalitarian government and they never will. Read full review

Review: Guns, Crime, and Freedom

User Review  - Acie - Goodreads

Great book.eye opener Read full review

Contents

GunsforCash or Good IntentionsBad Results
68
Children and Guns
74
Registration Licensing Gun Bans and Taxes
83
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Wayne LaPierre is executive vice president and chief spokesperson of the National Rifle Association of America. He authored NYT bestseller Guns, Crime, and Freedom as well as Standing Guard; Shooting Straight; Guns, Freedom, and Terrorism; and The Global War on Your Guns. He hosts of the weekly syndicated television program Crime Strike.

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