Gun control advocates should study World War II

Sowell, Thomas
May 1999
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;05/03/99, Vol. 28 Issue 45, p26
Comments on the proposals for stronger gun control laws in the United States. Comparison of the consequences of stronger laws with those of international disarmament agreements; Results of studies on the effects of gun ownership to the incidence of crime.


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