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Very well researched book that will leave both sides of the gun debate upset.
They would better spend it on "The Founders' Second Amendment--Origins of the Right to Bear Arms" by Stephen P. Halbrook.
The book is devoid of the aspersions on one faction or another that are so common in books on gun control.
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 3 months ago by RenaissanceMan
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 6 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 7 months ago by Ada
Perhapse the most interesting part of this work is how Winkler lays out the historical foundations and decisions that were made by those long-ago leaders. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jacob Sliemers
while the book isn't perfect, it's a good read that has been well researched.
I would rate it higher if the author wasn't captured by light bias. Read more
Extremely informative book about one of today's more contentious issues. Should be required reading for anyone debating the issue of guns in America. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Craig E Butler
I read this book in hopes of learning more about the battle over the Second Amendment. While the book was well written it's numerous misrepresentations and mistakes made me glad... Read morePublished 8 months ago by V. I. Miller
i thought I bought new book, but it was a new book .
there was some underlines ;;
but it was packed well
Great book for those interested in current debates over gun control and the 2nd Ad. Not only is it informative but written in the style of a novel. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gary Hodgin