From Publishers Weekly
Relating her own and others' experiences as victims of crime, the former anti-gun lobbyist argues that Mace and karate are ineffective protection and discusses the ethics of using weapons, how children can be kept safe from guns owned in the home, which gun to buy and the gun laws of each state. PW called this a "disturbing, controversial book."
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"Very readable...Responsibly teaches women how an when to use these weapons."--Cybill Shepard
"In the women's gun movement, Paxton Quigley is the great persuader."--Morely Safer, "60 minutes"
"Directly addresses an all-American concern."--Wall Street Journal