Guns or Religion?

May 1934
America;5/12/1934, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p97
The article focuses on the growth of murder cases in the U.S. Statistician Frederick L. Hoffman believes that the restriction of the sale of firearms is the first step to check the rate of murder cases. The author claims that the root of the crime lies in the fact that nine out of 10 children are being trained in schools from which religion are excluded. The author also stresses the need for the government to devise a method to give children an education in religion and morality.


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