Should Congress Enact Administration Proposals For Increased Federal Controls Over Firearms? CON

Casey, Robert R.
August 1967
Congressional Digest;Aug/Sep67, Vol. 46 Issue 8/9, p219
Presents the remarks of the U.S. Representative of Texas, which was addressed to the U.S. House of Representatives on March 20, 1967. Proposed firearms control in the country; Use of firearms to commit major crimes of violence.


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