Firearms Legislation

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Crime
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Sporting Guns And Gunpowders

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Knight S American Mechanical Dictionary

Author: Edward Henry Knight
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Outing

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Outing Sport Adventure Travel Fiction

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Outing

Author: Poultney Bigelow
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Official Report Of The Standing Committees

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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Parliamentary Debates

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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The Weekly Underwriter

Author: Alasco Delancey Brigham
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Guns Democracy And The Insurrectionist Idea

Author: Joshua Horwitz
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The NRA steadfastly maintains that the 30,000 gun-related deaths and 300,000 assaults with firearms in the United States every year are a small price to pay to guarantee freedom. As former NRA President Charlton Heston put it, "freedom isn't free." And when gun enthusiasts talk about Constitutional liberties guaranteed by the Second Amendment, they are referring to freedom in a general sense, but they also have something more specific in mind---freedom from government oppression. They argue that the only way to keep federal authority in check is to arm individual citizens who can, if necessary, defend themselves from an aggressive government. In the past decade, this view of the proper relationship between government and individual rights and the insistence on a role for private violence in a democracy has been co-opted by the conservative movement. As a result, it has spread beyond extreme "militia" groups to influence state and national policy. In Guns, Democracy, and the Insurrectionist Idea, Josh Horwitz and Casey Anderson reveal that the proponents of this view base their argument on a deliberate misreading of history. The Insurrectionist myth has been forged by twisting the facts of the American Revolution and the founding of the United States, the denial of civil rights to African-Americans after the Civil War, and the rise of the Third Reich under Adolf Hitler. Here, Horwitz and Anderson set the record straight. Then, challenging the proposition that more guns equal more freedom, they expose Insurrectionism---not government oppression---as the true threat to freedom in the U.S. today. Joshua Horwitz received a law degree from George Washington University and is currently a visiting scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is Executive Director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence and the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence. He has spent nearly two decades working on gun violence prevention issues. He lives in Arlington, Virginia. Casey Anderson holds a law degree from Georgetown University and is currently a lawyer in private practice in Washington, D.C. He has served in senior staff positions with the U.S. Congress, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, and Americans for Gun Safety. He lives in Arlington, Virginia.

How To Buy And Sell Used Guns

Author: John Traister
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John Traister explains the ins and outs of purchasing and selling used firearms. From dealing with gun control laws; how to make preliminary inspections; firearms identification; care and maintenance; determining current market value, and much more, How to Buy and Sell Used Guns will be your invaluable guidebook.

America S 1st Freedom

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The Official Index To The Financial Times

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The Economist

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The Century Dictionary The Century Dictionary

Author: William Dwight Whitney
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The World Book Encyclopedia

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An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.

Gas Air And Spring Guns Of The World

Author: Walter Harold Black Smith
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First Aid And Cpr For Infants And Children

Author: National Safety Council
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Describes common childhood illnesses and injuries, and provides instructions for performing first aid.

Guns And Conspiracies

Author: John Bruce Crook
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Africa S Discovery Of Europe

Author: David Northrup
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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What did Africans think of the first Europeans they saw? Why did some Africans seek political and religious alliances with Europeans? How successful were African traders in acquiring what they wanted from Europeans in the new Atlantic trade? Africa's Discovery of Europe: 1450-1850 providessurprising answers to these and many other questions.This groundbreaking book on African-European interactions is the first to look broadly at the subject from an African perspective rather than from a European one. David Northrup explores the African side of this cultural collision as it unfolded in Africa, Europe, and the Atlantic world between 1450and 1850. Featuring extensive use of life stories and quotations from Africans, the text is organized thematically with chapters devoted to first impressions, religion and politics, commerce and culture, imported goods and technology, the Middle Passage, and Africans in Europe. Northrup examinesAfricans' intellectual, commercial, cultural, and sexual relations with Europeans and describes how the patterns of behavior that emerged from these encounters shaped pre-colonial Africa. The book concludes with an examination of the roles of race, class, and culture in early modern times, andsuggests which themes in Africa's continuing discovery of Europe after 1850 were similar to earlier patterns, and why some themes were different.