Abstract: These essays explore how Congress, the courts, the president, and individual states are currently addressing the issue of gun control. The essays include profiles and examinations of relevant interest groups, the gun control coalition, recent Supreme Court decisions, and public opinion surveys.
Keywords: book review, constitution, RKBA, Second Amendment, 2nd amendment.
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Title: The Changing Politics of Gun Control
Editor: John M. Bruce, Clyde Wilcox
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield, Publishers
Date Published: October 1997
ISBN: 0847686159
LOCN: HV7436.C48 1998
Dewey: 363.3'3'0973 -- dc21
Pages: 270
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Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Jackboots or Lace Panties? The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

Chapter 3: Congress and Gun Control

Chapter 4: Madison's Mistake? Judicial Construction of the Second Amendment

Chapter 5: Gun Control Politics in California

Chapter 6: The Structure of Public Support for Gun Control: The 1988 Battle over Question 3 in Maryland

Chapter 7: Virginia: The Politics of Concealed Weapons

Chapter 8: Gun Control Laws in the States: Political and Apolitical Influences

Chapter 9: Going Hunting Where the Ducks Are: The National Rifle Association and the Grass Roots

Chapter 10: Trying to Stop the Craziness of this Business: Gun Control Groups

Chapter 11: Public Opinion and Gun Control: Appearance and Transparence in Support and Opposition

Chapter 12: The Electoral Politics of Gun Ownership


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