Gun control advocates lie to further their twisted ideals

Sowell, Thomas
June 2000
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;06/05/2000, Vol. 29 Issue 49, p30
Comments on the relationship between gun control and the incidence of violent crimes in the United States. Assessment of the net effect of gun control; Pitfalls in gun control advocates' theories; Assumptions of gun control.


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