Three years ago Ginger Wright, a computer projects manager, had never fired a gun. She did not want one in her home in suburban Virginia. Now she is a part-time shooting instructor, specializing in personal protection. More and more of her pupils are just like her: young married women worried about their safety in an America haunted by uncertainty. A poll has confirmed what Ginger Wright already knew: September 11 and the terrorism alerts since have prompted a shift in America`s gun debate, most dramatically among married suburban women.
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