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    Howard Nemerov
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The subject of Gun Control for many seems to be a modern issue, but it has been with America since before the nation's inception. Has Gun Control best served the People or its Architects? Investigative Analyst Howard Nemerov compares the rhetoric and the legislation to the reality of how Gun Control's promises and laws have come to affect real people. Nemerov documents the pattern and practice as it has operated throughout the entire life of the nation to date.

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Investigative analyst Nemerov compares the rhetoric and the legislation to the reality of how gun control's promises and laws have come to affect real people. ISBN13:9780981738222. Release Date:May 2008.

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The subject of Gun Control for many seems to be a modern issue, but it has been with America since before the nation's inception. Has Gun Control best served the People or its Architects? Investigative Analyst Howard Nemerov compares the rhetoric and the legislation to the reality of how Gun Control's promises and laws have come to affect real people. Nemerov documents the pattern and practice as it has operated throughout the entire life of the nation to date. Today, the observation is that Gun Control has not worked...Or has it, and for whom? Otherwise, after four hundred years: Why isn't it working?

Nilabor
This is an excellent book that blows the anti-gunner's arguments completely away with well documented facts.
ZEr0
This is an amazing book!!! The author set out to convince others that gun control was necessary and in the process discovered that gun control is wrong. Absolutely a great book!
Steel balls
This is a must read for all who believe that guns equal crime, it does a great job in dismantling anti rights groups arguments.
Nirn
The book, Four Hundred Years of Gun Control...Why Isn't It Working?" is the first publication from a new Libertarian and pro-gun publishing company called Contrast Media Press. The publishing company is owned and operated by journalist, John Longenecker.

"Four Hundred Years of Gun Control...Why Isn't It Working?" was written by Howard Nemerov, a healthcare researcher. Nemerov used to favor total civilian disarmament, and set out to prove that gun control would make society safer. However, the results of his research had the complete opposite effect.

Through his research, Nemrov proved that strict gun control laws do not make society safer and it turned him into a strong supporter of the Second Amendment. His ongoing research has been turned into numerous articles and the book, "Four Hundred Years of Gun Control...Why Isn't It Working?"

The book is filled with more than enough statistics to keep a numbers geek like me happy. Don't get me wrong, it is not just a book full of statistics, graphs, and charts. It is a highly educational and entertaining book. "Four Hundred Years of Gun Control...Why Isn't It Working?" is very comparable to John Lott's book, "More Guns, Less Crime" In case you do not know, John Lott's research is held in extremely high regards by gun owners, Second Amendment advocates, patriots, and scholars. That being said, comparing Nemerov's research to John Lott`s research is a huge compliment.

"Four Hundred Years of Gun Control...Why Isn't It Working?" is broken down into eight chapters, an appendix, and over thirty pages of endnotes. Unlike many anti-gun researchers, Nemerov is more than willing to show you where he obtained his information. The following is a quick summary of all eight chapters.

Chapter 1: A Brief History of Gun Control

Just as the title says, this chapter gives you a quick history on gun control. It exposes how the initial gun control laws were used to disarm blacks, Native Americans, and select groups of immigrants.

Chapter 2: Modern Experiments In Gun Control

This chapter explains how recent civilian disarmaments in England and Australia have failed to make those countries safer.

Chapter 3: Product Defect or Defective Policy

This chapter discusses how gun control advocates are trying to control guns through consumer protection laws by having them declared to be defective products. Nemerov turns the table and shows why this idea is a defective policy.

Chapter Four: The Politics of Gun Control

This chapter discusses the political side to gun control, lawsuits against the firearm industry, and more.

Chapter 5: The Information Machines of Gun Control

This chapter is definitely worth more than the price of the book alone. It discusses how gun control advocates have used the media to control the flow of information. Numerous firearms related studies are also broken down and clearly explained.

Chapter Six: The United Nations and Global Disarmament

This chapter deals with the real threat that the United Nations poses against our Second Amendment rights.

Chapter Seven: By Their Own Words

This is a short, but very powerful chapter. It discusses what the statistics from anti-gun groups actually prove.

Chapter 8: Call the Cops

This chapter discusses how Clinton's "COPS" program was not responsible for the decrease in crime during its time period.

Howard Nemerov's "Four Hundred Years of Gun Control...Why Isn't It Working?" is a must-read for all Americans. It will arm you with the facts necessary to combat the lies that are presented as facts by gun control advocates.
elegant stranger
This book is still available on kindle, though I hope it will come back into print. It is one of those you will want to keep and make
marginal notes therein. Nemerov takes a historical approach to this subject, expanding the discussion through early racial/enthnic motivations to keep certain elements of our society disarmed. Gun control is not about guns, it's about control. Most interesting are the efforts through "common sense" to ban firearm ownership through lawsuits against manufacturers, banning "dangerous guns" and "bad guns." For anyone who believes that safety and responsibility are the goals of gun control efforts. Nemerov disabuses us of that. "Turn 'em all in" is the goal. This will be achieved through "steps in the right direction" -- limits, licensing, registration -- in short efforts to hassle gun owners to simply give up. Nemerov shines the light of examination into the darker corners of politics illuminating the "common sense" of political leaders as a path to money through lawsuits and contributions from litigators to campaign chests. When in doubt, follow the money.

I hope Mr. Nemerov writes more on this subject. It will only be when the pseudo-solutions, and phony answers are blown away that we will be able to have a rational discussion on the problem of violence in American society. FOUR HUNDRED YEARS OF GUN CONTROL... WHY ISN'T IT WORKING is a valuable step
Eta
To the gun rights people this book has a pile of information and facts that are bound to be useful. Aslo some very interesting ideas on why lawyers love the idea of gun control. Just like tobacco law suites they belive it the next industry to steal money from. If you have people who won't listen to reason about "gun control" and why we have enough already this book and the facts it contains may help.
Ce
I have only read part way so far but this book is definitely worth the time and money if you are interested in the subject of "gun control" or the right to own and carry firearms.