Walsh, Catherine
April 1998
America;4/18/1998, Vol. 178 Issue 13, p5
Discusses the social aspects of owning guns in the United States. Emotional and psychological pains of the victims of gun shooting; Accounts of gun shooting victims; Role of the media in gun control.


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