It's quite thorough and I'm completey enjoying reading this very well written and balanced book.
They would better spend it on "The Founders' Second Amendment--Origins of the Right to Bear Arms" by Stephen P. Halbrook.
If you consider this information to be an endorsement of gun control laws, well, I can't help you there.
Probably the most balanced presentation of the gun rights/control debate.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Gun Fight is a wonderful nonpartisan look at the issue of gun control in America. It shows the faulty ideology on both sides. I started reading with certain opinions. Read morePublished 26 days ago by 0phelia
A useful overview of what all the anger over gun rights and gun control is about. As a former junior NRA member and Vietnam Vet, I found Professor Winkler's book very helpful in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kokoro45
Oscar Pretorious has a good excuse that he needs a gun in order to be brave. All of the NRA-types in America need guns before they can be brave too. But Oscar has no feet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Douglas B. Barr
More an opinion piece than anything else. Follows the anti-gun talking points verbatim.Published 2 months ago by Paul Rusin
I was very apprehensive in picking up this book because I thought it was just going to be a gun control book masquerading as "fair and balanced" book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by RenaissanceMan
Adam Winkler is a law professor at UCLA. This book argues for Gun Control by saying it has a long history in America. But that is a half-truth. Read more
Winkler's Gun Fight is a highly readable and well-researched excursion into the history and jurisprudence of America's unique obsession with guns. He uses the landmark DC v. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Diogenes
Read this book for my law school class on "Guns in the United States." Winkler does a fantastic job of telling the evolving history of the Second Amendment in a way that is... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ada