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Posted on October 24, 2005
After a long string of political defeats that culminated in the Democratic Party’s loss of control in Congress in 1994, gun-control activists decided to take a new tack. They would litigate instead of legislate, and gain in the courts what they had been unable to achieve in the political arena: the effective repression of private firearms ownership in America.
Read Original at: East Valley Tribune
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