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If Gun Background Checks Don`t Work, Will `Watch Lists` Be Any More Effective?

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

"Should people lose rights because they are sympathetic to, but do not actually help, terrorist groups? Should law enforcement be the arbiter of those sympathizers who should be placed on “watch lists”? asks John R. Lott.

Read Original at: John R. Lott .com

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