Moms, Cops, & Voters against Gun Control

Yiotis, Gayle; Wisher, Ray
September 1999
American Enterprise;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p61
Focuses on gun control in the United States. Willingness of a mother to teach his sons how to handle guns; Use of guns for self-defense purposes; Information on a legislation that governs gun ownership.


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