The right-to-carry trend

Beard, Michael K.; Hammer, Marion P.
August 1996
Campaigns & Elections (1996);Aug96, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p55
Presents two opposing views regarding firearms control. Legislation which preys upon people's fear of violence; Need to protect citizens and their families; Data on victims of violent crimes.


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