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Resource ID: #10562
Subject: Guns
Source: U.S. News & World Report
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Date: Aug. 15, 1994

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US News & World Report finds that two researchers have reached different conclusions about the dangers of owning a gun. Prof. Gary Kleck, a professor at Florida State University says that evidence shows that people use guns to defend themselves successfully; Dr. Arthur Kellerman, a physician at Emory unioversity's School of Public Health says his studies show that guns in the home pose more danger to the ownets. The article examines both sides of the issue and surveys the opinions of Americans on gun ownership. Another article takes a look at the rise of citizen militias across the country in response to efforts at gun control.

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