Gun Control Protects Dogma, Not People

Sowell, Thomas
April 1999
Human Events;04/02/99, Vol. 55 Issue 13, p9
Criticizes the stand of the political liberals on the issue of gun control in the United States. How the stand of the liberals on gun control proves disadvantageous to innocent citizens; Research which shows that increased gun ownership lessens crime rate.


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