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Starting back in the middle 1970's, careful scholars, many of whom were themselves uneasy about guns, began producing studies demolishing gun-prohibitionist claims that widespread gun ownership fosters high violent-crime rates, that guns are useless for self-defense purposes, and that the Second Amendment guarantees no individual right to keep and bear arms. However, these gun-prohibitionists claims have yet to be publicly discredited and are widely accepted in circles considered to be enlightened. Why? Could it be that attempts to control civilian gun ownership to the point of prohibition have nothing to do with crime control? Read this book and find out.
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