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Gun Control and Gun Rights
A Reader and Guide
Edited by Andrew J. McClurg,
David B. Kopel

and Brannon Denning
 
368 pages
June, 2002
ISBN: 9780814747605
 
 
$27.00 Paper
also available in Cloth
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Subjects: Political Science, History
 

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The second amendment is the most hotly debated and controversial right in the Constitution. In light of the recent surge of school shootings and other gun-related crimes, gun policy has become one of our leading national concerns, affecting politicians, gun manufacturers, sport shooters, and ordinary citizens alike.

Showcasing viewpoints from all sides of the gun control debate, Gun Control and Gun Rights, presents the first balanced gun policy textbook for use by undergraduates, graduate students, law students and the general public.

This comprehensive anthology includes selections from legal cases, hunting stories, public policy briefs and journalistic accounts. Anyone looking for a fair, even-handed account of the gun issue will find it in this book.


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