Disier, Matthew
March 2013
Harvard Political Review;Spring2013, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p41
An interview with David Keene, president of the National Rifle Association in the U.S., is presented. He offers insight on the high gun violence in the country over other countries. He offers views on the solutions proposed by the government to reduce gun violence in the country. He comments on Senator Diane Feinstein's proposed bans on 157 different firearms.


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