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Guns in America: How’s It Working Out for Us?

99.85% of Americans will know a victim of gun violence Continue reading

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Guns in America: The DIY Specter

The first 3-D printed gun was produced by a Texan named Cody Wilson, a self-described crypto-anarchist.
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Guns in America: Smart Guns and the Folks Who Keep ‘Em Dumb

The NRA has fought against every attempt to research, manufacture or sell a smart gun
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Guns in America: Prohibition and Gun Control

Gun violence during Prohibition gave rise to the 1934 Federal Firearms Act.
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Guns in America: Where’s the Blaze of Glory?

Few things have had a greater impact on popular culture in America than images of the Wild West.
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Guns in America: ‘Well Regulated’ Militias and the Right to Bear Arms

Most of us at this point don’t see ourselves banding together and taking on the federal government in a firefight Continue reading

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Guns in America: Prominent Americans Shooting Each Other Up

Burr and Hamilton were not the only prominent American leaders to kill or be killed in a duel.,
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Guns in America: The Americanization of the Duel

When the first European colonists came to America they brought with them a rather definitive dispute resolution process known as dueling.
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Guns in America: Who Fired the First Shot?

Columbus? Ponce de Leon? The Pilgrims? Continue reading

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