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I was even more impressed by the arguments and the facts to back them up this book contains.
The book can be somewhat difficult to read because it is so scholarly, and contains a lot of very detailed information.
This volume should be read in conjunction with 'More Guns, Less Crime', also by John R. Lott, Jr.
Very informative. Needs explanation of statical terms like "two-tailed t-test is significant at the [x] present level" the [x] may be 1%, 5%, or some other percentage. Read morePublished 26 days ago by charliez
Lott derives his research from hard and conclusive facts without an agenda-driven bias aimed at a forgone conclusion. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Trekker
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 1 month ago by Douglas B. Barr
Yeah, everything you heard is wrong if you heard it from John Lott.
I heard him interviewed, read the book and then started researching. check this out : [... Read more
A must read for anyone, no matter what side of the gun control issue you are on. John Lott does a great job of presenting factual evidence against gun control. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Perry L Rich
Excellent analysis of the pros and cons of gun control. Avoids the emotion and focuses on the data and facts.Published 5 months ago by Michael Lines
It has a lot of good data embedded with a lot of statistical justification for the conclusions but if the reader is not knowledgeable in the field he will have to accept the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Richard H. Bingham