The Great Gun Divide

Cannon, Carl M.; Victor, Kirk
July 2000
National Journal;7/22/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 30, p2358
Discusses the national debate on imposing gun control in the United States. Reactions of the National Riffle Association against the Million Mom March; Attitude of the public toward gun control; Claims against the underlying philosophy of the gun-rights movement; Information on several books related to the gun control issue.


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