The Right to Bear Arms - and the Wisdom of Doing So
The Right to Bear Arms - and the wisdom of doing so is intended to present a cohesive argument for: 1) the right of the average citizen to go armed for the protection of self, family, friends and others; and 2) the advantage of an armed populace. These arguments are based on the research of leading legal experts, historians, economists, criminologists, and statisticians.
- Paperback | 143 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.14mm | 272.15g
- 20 Nov 2011
- London, United Kingdom