Encyclopedia of Gun Control and Gun Rights

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INDEX
by Glenn H. Utter
Aborn, Richard, 1-2, 235
Academics for the Second Amendment (ASA), 2, 349
Accidents, 2-4, 4 (table), 7, 91, 221
investigation of, 101
ACLU. See American Civil Liberties Union
Adams, Ken, 132
African Americans, 2, 4-6, 5 (illus.), 32-34, 267
and Black Codes, 102
and firearms fatalities, 4, 91
AK-47, 6-7, 129, 258, 289, 358. See also Assault weapons
AKM. See AK-47
Alabama state constitution, 341
Alaska state constitution, 341
Albert, Prince, 66
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, 228, 266, 297
Aliens, 7,87-89
Almost Heaven Community, 108
Ambiguity hypothesis, 142
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), 7-8, 135, 349
American Bar Association (ABA), 8-9, 349
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 9-10, 10 (illus.), 69, 159,190, 349
American College of Physicians, 135
American Conservative Union, 106, 266
American Derringer, 334
American Federation of Teachers, 54, 291
American Firearms Council (AFC), 10-11, 120, 349
American Firearms Industry (periodical), 204
American Game Association, 92
American Guardian (periodical), xvii
American Handgun Standards Act, 37, 129, 141
American Handgunner (periodical), xvii, 22
American Handgunner Award Foundation, 107
American Hunter (periodical), xvii
American Jewish Congress (AJC), 11-12, 349
American Legion, 92
American Medical Association, 135, 291
American Psychological Association, 206
American Revolution, 12-13, 111
American Rifleman (periodical), xvi, xvii, 13-14, 138, 273
American Shooting Sports Council (ASSC), 14-15, 120, 302, 308, 349
American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers, 22
American Wild Life Institute, 92
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 15-16, 94, 266, 349
Americas Regional Workshop on Firearm Regulation, 15
Amicus curiae briefs, 129, 172, 173, 271, 205
Ammunition, 1, 35, 71, 190, 206, 281, 336
Amnesty International, 192
Andrews, John, 140
Anti-Defamation League, 150
Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act, 16-17, 297
Arizona state constitution, 341
Arkansas state constitution, 341
Armed and Alive (book), 59, 273
Armed Peopk Victorious (book), 241
Armijo, Dolores, 17
Armijo, Steven, 17
Armijo v. Ex Cam, Inc., 17-18
Arming Women Against Rape and Endangerment (AWARE), 18, 349
Armor piercing bullets, 162, 249. See also Ammunition
Arnett, Ray G., 220
Articles of Confederation, 93
Aryan Nations, 254, 255
Assassination
of John F. Kennedy, 75, 81, 110, 357
of Robert F. Kennedy, xi, 81, 110, 138, 299, 357
of Martin Luther King, Jr., xi, 81, 110, 299, 357
of William McKinley, 356
Assault weapons, 6, 12, 19, 20, 266
Assault weapons ban, xvi, 1, 18- 20, 64, 289, 291
opposition to, 47, 73, 76, 187
passage of, 62, 95, 358
repeal attempt, 26, 27, 252, 267
support for, 71, 176, 190, 237, 266, 290, 308
Attitudes Toward Guns and Violence Questionnaire, 207
Augsburger, Esther, 190
Australia, 21-22, 110, 115
Australian Clay Target Association, 21
Australian Labor Party, 21
Automatic weapons ban, 283, 356
Aymette, William, 21
Aymette v. The State, 21-22

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Encyclopedia of Gun Control and Gun Rights
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Guide to Selected Topics xix
  • A 1
  • B 24
  • C 48
  • D 75
  • E 86
  • F 90
  • G 106
  • H 126
  • I 140
  • J 148
  • K 155
  • L 166
  • M 182
  • N 204
  • O 228
  • P 231
  • Q 247
  • R 249
  • S 258
  • T 297
  • U 304
  • V 320
  • W 326
  • Y 336
  • Z 339
  • Appendix 1 - State Constitutional Gun Rights Provisions 341
  • Appendix 2 - Statutory and Constitutional Provisions Relating to the Purchase, Ownership, and Use of Firearms 345
  • Appendix 3 - List of Organizations 349
  • Chronology 355
  • Bibliography 361
  • Index 365
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