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Comment: For the Canadians.... (Score 1) 1471

by malaxi (#17175862) Attached to: Second Amendment Questioned
http://www.fraserinstitute.ca/shared/readmore.asp? sNav=pb&id=604

Executive Summary: Widely televised firearm murders in many countries during the 20th Century have spurred politicians to introduce restrictive gun laws. The politicians then promise that the new restrictions will reduce criminal violence and "create a safer society." It is time to pause and ask if gun laws actually do reduce criminal violence.
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The upshot is that violent crime rates, and homicide rates in particular, have been falling in the United States. The drop in the American crime rate is even more impressive when compared with the rest of the world.

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