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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The National Rifle Association will not be happy with this book. Sugarmann carefully marshals the evidence against the NRA and its positions on gun control legislation. He includes a chapter on the ... Read full review

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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.


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