Gun Crusaders: The NRA's Culture War

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Index
1994 midterm elections, 85, 233, 237, 242
2000 general elections, 226, 227
2000 presidential election, 193–194, 229–230, 237–238, 247
2004 general elections, 228–229, 230
2004 presidential election, 230–232
2006 midterm elections, 230
2008 presidential election: Clinton's candidacy, Hillary, 235, 292n12; money contributed to national parties, 296n3; NRA in, 235–236, 248–251, 255
Accuracy in Media, 243
affirmative action, NRA members' views of, 165–166, 200
African Americans: inability to obtain concealed carry licenses, 10; NRA members' views of, 125, 208; prison population, 159; right to keep and bear arms, 34–35
Alterman, Eric, 195
Altria Group (formerly Philip Morris), 233
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 76, 234
American Bar Association, 103
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 115, 162, 206
American Conservative Union (ACU), 240
American Enterprise Institute, 243
American Ethos, 46, 50, 120
American Guardian (magazine), 92, 100
American Handgunner (magazine), 229–230
American Hunter (magazine), 27, 258
American Medical Association, 96, 103, 234
The American Rifleman (magazine). See Rifleman
Americans for Gun Safety, 6, 255
Americans for Tax Reform (ATR), 9, 241
America's First Freedom (magazine), 92–102; 2007 and 2008 issues, 248; on American Medical Association, 96; on Annan, Kofi, 96–97, 97; “BAN-DEMONIUM” award, 93; covers, 92–93, 93, 94, 100, 101, 255; Freedom Index, 93, 95, 96; gun rights coverage, 92, 96; Heston on, Charlton, 105–106; title, significance of, 60, 114; on United Nations, 96
Annan, Kofi, 96–97, 97
anticommunist militarism, 131–132
antifeminist backlash against threats to frontier masculinity, 49–50, 52–55
Aquilino, Johnny, 86
Arming America (Bellesiles), 6
Arulanandam, Andrew, 99 305

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