License to fail

Hamond, Jeff
March 1994
New Republic;3/21/94, Vol. 210 Issue 12, p16
Contends that the proposal of U.S. Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen on how to deal with the problem of gun violence in the country cannot succeed. Examination on the arguments of the proposal; Role of small gun dealers in the firearms industry; Information on the source of guns used by violent criminals.


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