- Gone Boy: A Father's Search for the Truth in His Son's Murder
- “A poignant, insightful, and admirably honest chronicle of a father’s attempts to make sense—in both large and small ways—of his son’s murder.”—New York Times“Powerful … must-reading for everyone troubled by the epidemic of shootings.”—Time“Gibson is a fine writer whose work rivals the subtleties of Norman Mailer's best fiction.
- Private Guns, Public Health
- The public health community began researching gun violence about two decades ago, a late entrant in a field traditionally occupied by criminologists. David Hemenway, an economist at the Harvard School of Public Health and the director of the Injury Control Research Center there, has been a leader in this effort.
- Guns and Violence: The English Experience
- This historical study is a companion to Malcolm's earlier book, To Keep and Bear Arms: The Origins of an Anglo-American Right. While the first book focused on the constitutional and legal aspects of gun control, this new work takes a much closer look at the role of the gun in British society, from the Middle Ages to the present.
- Gun Control (Opposing Viewpoints Digests)
- Grade 9 Up-Balanced coverage of a controversial subject. Four sections, each with at least two essays, address gun availability, the constitutionality of gun control, effective measures to reduce gun violence, and banning guns. The selected articles represent both sides of the issues. They are well written and the occasional use of editorial cartoons throughout helps emphasize the variety of viewpoints.
- Under Fire: The Nra and the Battle for Gun Control
- Neither an expose nor a polemic, this book bogs down in description while stinting on hard analysis. Davidson ( Broken Heartland: The Rise of America's Rural Ghetto ) intersperses several set pieces--on the 1988 schoolyard massacre in Stockton, Calif., the 1986 congressional debate over the McClure-Volkmer Bill and the workings of a Washington, D.
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