On Gun Issue, Media Slant News Their Way

Sowell, Thomas
July 1999
Human Events;07/30/99, Vol. 55 Issue 28, p11
Comments on the coverage of gun issues by the mass media in the United States. Two perspectives of presenting gun-control issues; Implications of the failure of the media to report the role of concealed guns in the prevention of violent crimes.


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