Gesture Politics

June 1991
National Review;6/10/1991, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p11
Contends that gun control is not an effective way to reduce crime. Brief summary of research on the issue in `Firearms and Violence,' edited by Don B. Kates; Liberals' dishonesty in promoting the Brady bill on gun control; Affirmation of the right to bear arms.


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