©1984 University of New Mexico Press; (P)1989 by Blackstone Audiobooks
Right near the top. It's an older book, and the narration on it was likely done originally on a cassette tape, and the entire audio suffers as a result. There are random changes in volume,and the sound quality comes in and out.
"Gun Control in the Third Reich", another scholarly look at gun rights.
His performance was fine, the audio quality was not.
Anyone who wishes to have an honest discussion about the second amendment, NEEDS to have read this book. It doesn't matter which side of the issue you're on, you need to read this book. It will tell you why we have the "right to keep and bear arms". It will explain the framers intent, using the Federalist Papers, and letters. It discusses the debates that lead up to the final wording. And it addresses the people who think that it's a collective right (there's about 10 minutes of framers words to disprove that idea).
It is a very complete History of the 2nd Ammnedment
The performance was decent but the recoding must be old as the quality was hard to listen to at times.
Yes it was if you are interested in Civil Rights and the 2nd Ammendment
First off, this book should be the first you reach for if you are looking for an easy to read guide to firearms jurisprudence in the United States. The only thing that could enhance it is an updated version that includes a description of the Heller case.
That being said, the audio is horrible. It is almost as if the book was first recorded in the age of reel-to-reel tapes and then transformed into a computer age recording. It is difficult to understand at times but nevertheless it is a convenient one volume summary of everything related to the Second Amendment and the law.
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