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"Negroes and the Gun": Non-violent Winchesters and the fine art of concealed carry in the modern civil rights movement

Monday, February 3, 2014

The longest chapter in the book Negroes and the Gun is devoted to the modern civil rights movement. The record here is rich with oral histories, memoirs and other detailed firsthand accounts that illuminated the Black tradition of arms.

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