Arming America : the origins of a national gun culture /
Traces the rise of America's gun culture to the mid-nineteenth century, arguing that Civil War gun manufacturing and allowing ex-soldiers to keep their weapons changed the gun from a scarce and seldom-used tool to a perceived necessity.
|Published:||New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2000.|
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