John Lott: Even Liberal Academics Are Turning Pro-Gun Ownership

February 2016
Investors Business Daily;2/11/2016, p1
From the left and right, people are bombarded with diametrically opposing claims on guns.  But most of this bombardment isn't coming from the National Rifle Association.


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