Unintended Consequences

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Accurate Press, 1996 - Fiction - 863 pages
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A rising by the pro-gun lobby brings the government to its knees. The story begins when Henry Bowman, a geologist in Iowa, fires on federal agents, thinking they are terrorists. The conflict escalates, agents and congressmen die, and to bring peace the president agrees to repeal anti-gun laws and pardon the rebels.

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If you are into emotional rollercoaster rides and you are pro-gun and enjoy bits of actual history this is the book for you. Definitely not for the easily offended or liberals.

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This is a execllent read!

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