Marshall Cavendish, 2004 - 143 strani
Discusses the history of guns and gun control in the United States, relevant laws and legal cases, and the arguments posed by both sides in the debate about how much government control there should be over firearms.
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The Brady Bill
School Shootings and GunControl Efforts
Gun Control Today
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