Gun control has long been a hot topic in the United States, and the controversy has only heightened since the terrorist attacks Sept. 11. Now, with a growing focus on homeland security, more and more Americans are asserting their Second Amendment right to bear arms.
In “Guns, Freedom, and Terrorism,” National Rifle Association executive vice president Wayne LaPierre provides a fact–filled volume and tackles a number of subjects surrounding gun rights, including: arming airline pilots, animal rights extremism, media bias, gun-show prohibition, self–defense, and others. His convincing arguments will cause even the most adamant gun-control supporter to consider the values our forefathers fought to protect — liberty, self–government and justice.
Wayne LaPierre is the best–selling author of “Guns, Crime, and Freedom,” “Standing Guard,” and “Shooting Straight.”