Guns: who should have them?
Going beyond the emotional appeals and stilted rhetoric on gun control, this carefully detailed and superbly argued study tackles the problems in a straightforward, intelligent manner. Each chapter, written by leading experts in law, criminology, medicine, psychiatry, and feminist studies, addresses a major issue in the gun-control debate. The conclusions are difficult to deny: "gun control" is a red herring that has been deflecting attention from the true causes of crime, namely, the breakdown of the family; failed social welfare programs; and increasing hopelessness among male youths, especially in our troubled inner cities.
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|Grouped Work ID||b45290da-8fae-714e-d9db-a3ea1190903e|
|Grouping Title||guns who should have them|
|Grouping Author||david b kopel|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-08 03:45:29AM|
|auth_author2||Kopel, David B.|
|author2-role||Kopel, David B.|
|available_at_ccu||Colorado Christian University|
|detailed_location_ccu||CCU Circulating Books (Lower Level)|
|local_callnumber_ccu||HV 7436 .G88 1995|
|owning_library_ccu||Colorado Christian University|
|owning_location_ccu||Colorado Christian University|
|subject_facet||Gun control -- United States|
|title_display||Guns : who should have them?|
|title_full||Guns : who should have them? / edited by David B. Kopel|
|title_sub||who should have them?|