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Things You Can Do to Protect Your Gun Rights [Kindle Edition]

David Kopel , Alan Gottlieb
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Book Description

Practical advice for Second Amendment activists. Published in 1993, so some things are out of date, while others remain very relevant.

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  • File Size: 159 KB
  • Print Length: 126 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Merril Press (September 9, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005M94E3I
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5.0 out of 5 stars Oldie But Not Moldie February 10, 2013
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Rated 5 stars for effective relief from the anguish of gun control. This book is great medicine for stress and high blood pressure precipitated by direct attacks on your personal freedoms. It provides concise, well-reasoned steps anyone can take to help reverse the assault on basic civil and human rights.

While some of the information is dated, like discussion of 2400 baud modem based bulletin boards, the best parts of the text suggest many remedies to our situation. Activities are tailored for readers' specific gifts. The proverbial something for everyone.

Each of us needs to become active in this historic fight for human rights. Don't just sit and stew about things until guns are gone. Buy this book and get busy.
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More About the Author

David B. Kopel is Research Director of the Independence Institute, a public policy research organization in Denver, Colorado, and is an Associate Policy Analyst with the Cato Institute, in Washington.
He is also an Adjunct Professor of Advanced Constitutional Law at Denver University, Sturm College of Law.
Kopel is one of several contributors to The Volokh Conspiracy, a group weblog of several legal academics, hosted by the Washington Post. From time to time he writes for the Wall Street Journal and other periodicals.
He is the author of 15 books, and over 90 scholarly articles published in journals such as the Michigan Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, SAIS Review, and the Brown Journal on World Affairs. His topics include constitutional law, international law, criminal justice, technology, antitrust, media issues, and environmental policy. He has contributed entries to nine academic encyclopedias, and served on the Board of Editors for one.
His research has been cited by many state supreme courts and federal circuit courts of appeal, and by hundreds of law review articles.
On March 18, 2008, he appeared before the United States Supreme Court as part of the team presenting the oral argument in District of Columbia v. Heller, the Court's first major case on the Second Amendment since 1939. His Heller amicus brief for a law coalition of law enforcement organizations and district attorneys was cited four times in the Court's Heller opinions.
Before joining the Independence Institute, he served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Colorado, dealing with enforcement of hazardous waste, Superfund, and other environmental laws. In 1998-99, he served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York University. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Michigan Law School, and earned a B.A. in History with Highest Honors from Brown University, where his thesis on Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., was awarded the National Geographic Society Prize.
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