Under Fire: The NRA and the Battle for Gun Control
Originally published in 1993, Under Fire was widely hailed as the first objective examination of the NRA and its efforts to defeat gun control legislation. Now in this expanded edition, Osha Gray Davidson shows how the NRA's extremism has cost the organization both political power and popular support. He offers a well-reasoned and workable approach to gun control, one that will find many supporters even among the NRA membership.
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People have the constitutional right to use guns. Nothing is worse than not being able to fend off intruders. Policemen can't be there during every domestic abuse situations.
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