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Guns are a black and white issue, right? Well, it’s not quite that simple. This book covers every aspect of the gun debate in the U.S. from hunting to mass shootings to questions about Constitutional rights, no angle is left unexplored. Written mostly as the current debate about guns and gun control was heating up, you’ll find well-written and thought out points here as well as introspection about the dangers inherent in an armed and, sometimes, unstable society. Questions about what the Second Amendment is really for and the seeming ubiquity of violence in society are juxtaposed against concrete concerns about self-protection, tradition, and the clash of cultures in a fantastically readable and engaging format that moves at a breathless pace. One of the only books that presents every side of the issue, this is a must-read for those even moderately interested in the topic.