How to Prevent Next Suicide Shooting Spree

Sowell, Thomas
August 1999
Human Events;08/27/99, Vol. 55 Issue 32, p10
Urges lawmakers in the United States to create gun-control laws to prevent the proliferation of gun-related crimes. Information on the mass shootings participated in by Matt Barton in Atlanta, Georgia; Purpose of gun-control law; Criticism about the gun-control law passed by lawmakers.


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