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Index for Gun Control and Gun Rights: A Reader & Guide

 

Abnormally dangerous activity, 306-08

Abortion, 87, 202-03, 266, 306

Accidents, 7, 11-12, 40, 64, 91-103, 105, 293, 298, 300, 309-17; children, 93-95, 97-103, 293, 309-17; concealed handgun law effects, 44; costs, 104; gun density relation, 92, 98; handgun effects, 92-93; hunting, 94-96; locations, 94;target shooting, 96; times of, 95. See alsoDesign of firearms; Personalized firearms; Storage of firearms.

Adams v. Williams, 172-74, 177

Advertising. See Marketing of firearms

Afghanistan, 197

African-Americans. See Race, Slavery.

African Greys, 238

Age: crime victims, 64, 249, 251, 254-55, 257, 284; criminals, 69-70, 73-74, 278-79; gun owners, 40, 124-25, 196, 281

Air Florida, 341-42

Airguns, 54

Air Line Pilots Association, 144-45

Airplanes, 112; armed pilots, 144-45

Alabama, 242, 247, 283, 285

Alarms, 36, 235

Alaska, 145, 212, 283, 285

Alba, Richard, 109

Alcohol, 50, 96, 105, 290, 305, 311, 314, 319, 322, 324, 334, 341, 345

Alfred the Great, 165

Alien & Sedition Acts, 209

Amar, Akhil, 176, 210

American Association of Retired Persons, 319

American Civil Liberties Union, 276

American Library Association v. Pataki, 318-19

American Revolution, 134-35, 146, 191, 201-02, 208, 234, 252-53. See alsoDeclaration of Independence

American Shooting Sports Council, Inc. v. Attorney General, 317

Ammunition, 55, 165, 237, 309, 315, 347; annual production, 53. See alsoMagazines

Andrews v. State, 213-18

Ann Arbor, Mich., 129

Appian Way, 113-14

Aristotle, 122, 130, 133, 136

Arizona, 283, 285

Arkansas, 74, 164, 221, 241, 258, 283, 285, 334

Armijo v. Excam, Inc., 289

Arrest rates, 50

“Arms” protected by right to arms. See Types of arms protected by right to arms

Army. See Standing army

Arnold v. City of Cleveland, 227-33

Arson, 245

Artillery, 182, 195-96, 224, 239. See alsoTypes of arms protected by right to arms

Asbestos, 297-98

Asheville, North Carolina, 275

Assault, 9, 15, 24, 44, 96, 259, 264, 335; concealed handgun law effect, 44; data, 248; homicide relationship, 66-67

“Assault weapons", 169, 182, 189, 203, 227-33, 299, 303, 305, 311, 325-33, 351

Assembly, right to. See First Amendment; United States v. Cruikshank

Asians, Asian-Americans, 249, 277, 282.See alsoJapan, Race

Assize of Arms, 165

Associated Press poll, 276

Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, 26

Atlanta, 268

Australia, 71-72, 257

Automatics. See Machine guns

Automobiles, 290, 311-12, 345; carjacking, 5; compared and contrasted to firearms, 60,105, 275, 292, 296, 310-11, 314, 322, 345; theft, 41, 44, 46,109

Avrich, Paul, 160

Aymette v. State, 221, 226

Ayoob, Massad, 9-10

Ayres, Ian, 46

 

Background checks, 189, 196-97, 202. See alsoNational Instant Check System

Baltimore, 311

Bankruptcy, 332, 346

Barlow, Joel, 125-28

Barnett, Randy, 145-46, 245

Barron v. Baltimore, 156

Bartolucci, Alfred A., 282

Bassin, Alana, 267-76

Bates, Daisy, 241

Bazookas. See Artillery

BB guns. See Airguns.

Bea, K., 333

Beccaria, Cesare, 118-19, 121

Bennett, George, 124

Beretta firearms, 300, 314-15, 321

Biathlon, 55

Bibb v. Navajo Trucking Freight Lines, Inc., 318

Bicycles, 97

Bill of Rights, 156, 182, 190-91, 193, 198, 232, 239-40. See alsoindividual amendments

Billy clubs, 217, 222, 225-27

bin Laden, Osama, 144. See alsoAirplanes, Terrorism, Tyranny

Birmingham, 247

Bittker, Boris I., 318

Black, Dan, 48-49

Black Codes, 239, 241, 243-44

Black powder firearms, 55

Blacks. See Race; Slavery

Blackman, Paul, 299-300

Blackmun, Harry, 174-75

Blackstone, William, 144, 165

Bliss v. Commonwealth, 219

Blunt weapons, 73; homicide 61, 248. See alsoBilly clubs; Brass knuckles; Types of arms protected

Bodin, Jean, 133-35

Bogus, Carl T., 176, 245-53

Bordua, David, 23

Boston, 238, 312-13, 335, 348

Bogalusa, Louisiana, 242

Boyles-Sprenkel, Carolee, 58

Brady, Sarah & James, 170

Brady Act, 51, 136, 175-76, 266. See alsoWaiting periods

Brady Campaign, 52-53, 354

Brady Center, 94, 192

Branscombe, Nyla R., 274

Brass knuckles, 221-22

Brent, David, 87

Bridgeport, Connecticut, 334, 340-41

Britain. See United Kingdom.

British Home Office, 72

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, 241

Brown, Richard Maxwell, 252

Brown, Wendy,176

Brown-Forman Distillers Corp. v. New York State Liquor Auth., 319

Brown v. Board of Education, 306

Bryant,Martin, 257

Bryco, 300

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, 299-300, 318, 320, 323-24, 328, 346, 352-53. See alsoTraces of firearms

Bureau of Justice Statistics, 61, 70, 73, 75,112, 284

Bureau of the Census. See Census Bureau

Burglary, 2, 5-7, 34, 36, 65, 109-10, 269, 294; home invasion, 38-39; storage law effect, 100

Burke, Debra, 269, 275

Burma, 318

Bush, George H.W., 299

 

California, 23, 47, 52, 69, 72, 95, 102, 258, 283, 285, 314-15, 325-34; gun laws, 76, 98-99, 212, 245, 296, 317, 326.

Calio, Nicholas E., 308

Cambridge, Mass., 129

Canada, 38, 50-51, 64, 70-72; storage laws, 100

Cannon. See Artillery

Carpenter, Jessica, 102

Carrying of firearms, 33-35, 37-53, 112, 177-78, 213-16, 304; Beccaria, 119; by blacks, 248; by criminals, 70; by juveniles, 70;number of people carrying, 29; by police, 300; and terrorism, 146. See alsoConcealed handgun laws.

Caveny v. Raven Arms, 289

Census Bureau, 13-14, 22, 30, 251, 282, 285. See alsoNational Crime Victimization Survey.

Center to Prevent Handgun Violence. See Brady Center

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 63, 70, 77-78, 80-81, 86, 90-91, 97, 254

Chamber-load indicators, 309-10, 314-15, 349

Charlottesville, Virginia, 129

Charter Arms, 307

Chemical sprays, 10-11

Chicago, 160, 172, 311, 334-36

Child Access Prevention laws, 98-102. See alsoAccidents.

Chip twigglies, 312. See alsoPersonalized firearms

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 113-14, 119-20

Cigarettes. See Tobacco

Cincinnati, 238-39, 334, 340

Citizenship and arms, 122-27

City of Salina v. Blaksley, 218-22

Claremore, Oklahoma, 164

Clarke, Stevens H., 63-70, 73, 75, 77

Class, 276-87; disarming poor people, 120, 218, 244, 262, 301; gun injury, 235; gun ownership, 235; neighborhood safety, 235. See also Income

Classes. See Training

Cleveland, 227-33

Clodius (Publius Clodius Pulcher), 113-14

Cohen, Dov, 286

Collecting of firearms, 1, 55, 58-59, 170-71, 323

Colorado, 5, 74, 232, 258, 283, 285, 347

Communitarians, 128-30

Concealed handgun laws, 37-53, 244, 266; “need”-based laws, 262-64; training requirements, 10; and women, 263-64

Concord, Mass., 234

Congress, 136, 174, 207, 209-10, 244, 302, 318-19; militia powers, 158, 164, 193, 199; Senate Judiciary Committee, 300. See alsoSeparation of powers

Congressional Research Service, 26, 333

Connecticut, 98-99, 172-73, 272, 282, 285, 334, 340-41

Connor, Bull, 247

Constitution of United States, 141-43; art. I, sect. 1, 298-99; art. I, sect. 8, 158, 164, 170, 175-76, 193, 199-200, 203, 318-19; art. I, sect. 9, 193; art. I, sect. 10; art. III, 178; art. III, sect. 3, 200; art. IV, sect. 2, 245; art. VI, sect. 2, 318; dormant Commerce Clause, 318-19, 343-44. See alsoSeparation of Powers; individual amendments

Consumer Product Safety Commission, 292-93, 298, 316-18

Continental Congress, 134

Conyers, Georgia, 74, 258

Cook, Philip J., 26-32, 103-04

Cooley, Thomas, 167

Cooley v. Board of Wardens, 319

Cornell, Saul, 180, 204-10

Costs of crime. See Economic effects

Cottrol, Robert J., 176, 236-43, 246-50, 277-80, 285

Cox Newspapers, 328

Cramer, Clayton E., 212-13, 232, 244

Cress, Lawrence, 177

Crime levels, 61-62, 260; relationship to gun ownership levels, 68-69. See alsoparticular crimes.

Crime statistics, data issues, 71-72; Defensive homicides. 62. See alsoTraces of firearms.

Crimes with guns. See particular names of crimes.

Criminal convictions and gun ownership laws, 24, 120-21 124, 172, 174-75, 183, 196; gun misuse by people with convictions, 75-76

Crosby v. National Foreign Trade Counsel, 318

Cruikshankcase. See United States v. Cruikshank

Cruikshank, William, 239

Cullum and Boren-McCain Mall, Inc. v. Peacock, 314

“Culture of Honor”, 286-87

Cummings, Homer, 181, 184, 187

Cummings, Peter, 99

Curran, David K., 88

Curtis, Michael Kent, 157

 

Daisy air guns, 54

Dallas, 107

Dealers, 305, 320-25, 339

Decision-Making Information, 23

Deacons for Defense and Justice, 242, 247-48, 252

Death penalty, 87, 135

Declaration of Independence, 116, 142-43, 193, 201-02

Defective products. See Products liability no no

Defensive Gun Use (DGU), 2, 64-65; accidents in, 96; effectiveness of, 262-63; frequency, 2, 12-33; storage law effects 99-103. See alsoDeterrence.

Delaware, 98-99, 210, 283, 285

Delahanty v. Hinckley, 296, 301, 305

Denmark, 85-86

Denning, Brannon P., 128-29, 153, 166, 180-81

Department of Justice, 12, 14, 30, 112, 254-55, 284; brief in Millercase, 167-68. See alsoBureau of Justice Statistics, National Institute of Justice.

Design defects. See Design of guns

Design of guns, 76, 254, 289-319, 325-31, 335, 345, 348-49. See alsoChamber-load indicators; Magazine disconnects; Personalization technology

Despotism. See Tyranny

Deterrence, 2, 32-53. See alsoBurglary, Carrying of firearms, Self-defense, Tyranny

Diggles v. Horowitz, 334

Diamond, Raymond T., 176, 236-50

Dimsal, Thomas J., 252

Dirk, 213

Disabled. See Handicapped.

Disarmament. See Prohibition of firearms, Tyranny

Dishonorable discharge, from United States military, 24

Distribution of firearms.See Marketing of firearms

District of Columbia, 144, 172, 283, 285, 311, 341-42

District of Columbia v. Air Florida, 341-42

Dix v. Beretta, 314-15

Docal, Ronald, 170-71

Dogs, 36, 50

Domestic violence, 15, 74-75, 120-21, 124, 170, 181-86, 189, 259, 264-65, 268, 271-73, 283

Dorfman, Victoria, 120, 218

Douglas, William O., 173-74

Dred Scott case. See Scott v. Sandford

Dunblane, Scotland, 258

Duncan, Otis Dudley, 24

Dunlap, Charles J., Jr., 151

Dwight, Timothy, 125

Dworkin, Ronald, 182

 

Economic effects of guns, 60, 103-06, 341-46

Eddie Eagle gun safety program, 99

Education and gun ownership, 281. See alsoTraining

Edinboro, Pennsylvania, 47

Elderly, 259-60, 263. See alsoAge

Elmasri, Bonnie, 265

Emersoncase. SeeUnited States v. Emerson

England. See United Kingdom.

Etzioni, Amitai, 128-29, 169-70

Europe contrasted with America, 125-28, 142

 

Fatalities, 60-84, 257, 283-87. See alsoAccidents; Age; Genocide; Homicides; Mass shootings;  Race; Rural/Urban; Sex; Suicides

Fear, 106-12, 269; criminals’ fears, 36-37; of government, 142. See alsoTyranny

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 76, 259, 321. See alsoUniform Crime Reports

Federal courts (not including Supreme Court), 166, 177-89; District courts, 272-73, 289, 296, 301, 305, 318-19; D.C. Circuit, 325, 342; Second Circuit, 321, 332; Fifth Circuit, 184-89, 305, 307, 323; Sixth Circuit, 233; Seventh Circuit, 161-63; Ninth Circuit, 177-81, 323

Federal Firearms Licensees. See Dealers

Federalist, The, 141-42, 151-53

Felon-in-possession laws. See Criminal convictions

Ferguson, Colin, 258

Ferri, Gian Luigi, 325-31

F.I.E. Corp., 307

Field, Mervyn, 23

Fife v. State, 221

Fifth Amendment, 170-71, 174

Financial effects of guns. See Economic effects.

Fingerhut, Lois, 284

Finland, 85-86

Firearms. See Guns

Firearms dealers. See Dealers

Firearms manufacturers. See Manufacturers of firearms

Firearms Owners' Protection Act, 323

First Amendment, 105-06, 155-57, 175, 187-88, 190-91, 193, 197-98, 203, 209-10, 221, 306, 318-19; assembly right, 121, 239-40; civil liability, 345-46

Fishing, 207

Fletcher, Andrew, 139-41, 146

Florida, 98-99, 102, 108, 237, 283, 285, 323, 334, 340; concealed handgun law, 39-40, 48-49

Florence, 137

Follett v. McCormick, 105

Fourteenth Amendment, 157-63, 210, 239-40, 274, 306

Fourth Amendment,155172-74, 191, 203-34, 323

France, 126, 133-35, 137

Frankfurter, Felix, 331

Franklin, Benjamin, 210

Free-rider problem, 45-46

Freedom of speech, 133, 135, 202, 303. See alsoFirst Amendment

Frontier, 279, 286-87

Funk, Markus T., 244, 301

 

Gabor, Thomas, 257

Gage, Thomas, 134

Gallup Poll, 23, 270, 275

Gangs, 201, 243, 248

Gardiner, Richard E., 170, 345-46

Gary, Indiana, 334

Garland, Ann F., 82

Gelig, Olga, 283

Gender. See Sex

General Accounting Office, 310

General Social Survey.See National Opinion Research Center

Genocide, 136

Georgia, 74, 258, 268, 283, 285, 316

Germany, 72, 133, 148

Gertz, Marc, 13-33

Gideon v. Wainright, 306

Gilligan, Carroll, 274

Giuliani, Rudolph, 256

Glendenning, Parris, 103

Glock, 54, 330, 354

Gorman, Linda, 71

Graham, Hugh, 252

Granada Hills, California, 47

Great Britain. See United Kingdom.

Greece, 86, 122, 130-32

Grossjean v. American Press Co., 105

Grotius, Hugo, 115

Gun Control Act of 1968, 76, 244, 267, 299, 322-23

Gun design laws. See Design laws.

Gun owners: characteristics, 3-4, 75-76, 275, 280-83; numbers, 1, 61-63, 84; personality characteristics, 251-52; perceptions of, 274; reasons for owning guns. 1-2, 53-59. See alsoparticular characteristics.

Gun Owners of America, 353-54

Guns, 1-355; numbers of, 1, 18, 61-62, 98, 120, 136

Guns & Ammo magazine, 10

Gunshot wounds. See Wounds.

Gun shows, 325, 350

Gurr, Ted Robert, 252

 

Halbrook, Stephen P., 160, 176, 210

Hall, Cynthia, 177-80

Hamilton, Alexander, 150-54

Hamilton, Thomas, 257-58

Hamilton v. Beretta U.S.A. Corp., 321-22

Handicapped, 259-60, 263

Handlin, Oscar, 238

Handgun Control, Inc. See Brady Campaign.

Handguns: compared/contrasted to long guns, 23, 293-95, 304-05; hunting with, 56, 293; misuse data, 61-62, 72, 292-93; ownership rates, 61-62; as unreasonably dangerous products, 291-308. See alsoSmall inexpensive handguns; individual manufacturers

Hardy, David T., 199, 323

Harrington, James, 123, 146

Hart, Gary, 151

Hart, Peter, 23

Hattori, Yoshi, 11

Hattrup, Scott, 212-13, 232

Hawaii, 98-99, 145, 283, 285

Hawkins, Gordon, 66-67

Haymarket Riot, 160

Healy v. Beer Institute, 319

Hell Fire trigger attachment, 331

Hemenway, David, 26-32

Hennard, George, 258

Henigan, Dennis A., 138, 143, 192, 200-02

Heron, Sheryl, 74

Hessians, 135

Hickman v. Block, 177-81

Hinckley, John, 296, 301

Hippodamus, 122

Hirsch, Alan, 153

Hispanics, 249, 277, 281-82. See alsoRace.

Hitler, Adolf, 144. See alsoGenocide, Tyranny, World War II

Hobbes, Thomas, 115-16, 118

Home invasion burglaries. See Burglary.

Homes, guns in, 64-65, 74-77, 88, 136, 294; concealed handgun law effects, 41-44, 47-49; data, 25, 60-66, 71-78; pulling about, 251; rates, 29, 34-35, 84; risks of, 75-76, 92, 259-60, 268; storage patterns, 102; suicide, 84-85. See alsoBurglary, Domestic violence, Homicide.

Homicide, 25, 110-12, 277-80, 283-87, 309-11; concealed  handgun law effects, 41-44, 47-49; gun use in, 109, 254, 284, 295; perpetrator/victim data, 25, 60-66, 71-78, 249-50, 254-57,  259, 261, 274, 283-85

Horowitz, David, 255-57

Horwitz, Joy, 111

Howe, William, 134-35

Howitzer. See Artillery.

Huberty, James Oliver, 258

Huguenots, 133

Hungary, 85-86

Hunting, 1-2, 53-54, 56-59, 293, 327-28; accidents, 94-96; right of, 206-07, 212

 

Idaho, 38, 212, 283, 285

Iga, Mamon, 88

Illegitimacy. See Marriage

Illinois, 23, 69, 158-63, 262, 282, 285, 334

Immigrants, 279

Income, 235, 249, 257, 276-77, 281, 301, 312-13. See alsoClass, Small inexpensive guns

Indiana, 217, 223, 282, 285, 334

Indians, 135, 236-37. See also Frontier

Industrial Revolution, 248-49

Injuries. See Wounds.

Instrumentality theory, 277-78

Insurrectionist theory, 143, 192, 200-02

International Practical Shooting Confederation, 54

Iowa,6, 98-99, 212, 283, 285

Ireland, 86

Irish-Americans, 248-49

Israel, 47

Italian-Americans, 248-49

Italy, 64, 86

 

Jacobs v. Tyson, 316

Jamaica, 71

Japan, 11, 70-72, 145; suicide, 85-86, 88

Japanese-Americans, 277

Jefferson, Thomas, 119, 121, 125

Jennings pistols, 300

Jim Crow, 236, 240, 246

Johnson, Nicholas J., 266

Jonesboro, Ark., 74, 258

Jonesboro, La., 242

Junction City v. Mevis, 221

Junk food, 341

“Junk guns.” See Small inexpensive guns

 

Kairys, David, 324

Kansas, 218-22, 226, 283, 285

Kaplan, Mark S., 283

Kassel v. Consolidated Freight Line, 318

Kassirer, Jerome P. 77-78

Kates, Don B., 77, 90-91, 138, 144, 169, 176, 191

Katko v. Briney, 6

Keith, William, 252-53

Kellermann, Arthur, 64-65, 74-77, 84-85, 90-91, 274, 283

Kellert, Stephen, 57

Kelley v. R.G. Industries, Inc., 295, 299-300, 306

Kennedy, Edward, 111

Kennedy, Robert, 299

Kentucky, 74, 223, 258, 283, 285

Kentucky Chiefs of Police Association, 40

Kercheval, Samuel, 125

"Kill the carjacker" law,5

Killeen, Texas, 258

Kimball, Anne Giddings, 337-45

King, Rodney, 111, 249

King County, Wash., 64-65, 84-85, 90-91

Kitchen v. K-Mart, 334

Klagsbrun, Samuel, 83-84

Kleck, Gary, 6-33, 50-51, 53, 61-62, 65, 67, 71-73, 77, 79, 89-99,109, 299-300

Koltonyuk, Michael, 120, 218

Kopel, David B., 71, 74-76, 88, 100, 130, 136, 138, 140, 144-45, 169, 171, 177, 189, 203, 212-13, 216-18, 220-21, 232-33, 245, 252-53, 265, 299-300, 315-17, 345-46, 354

Knives, 8, 11, 68, 73, 134, 169, 213, 222, 290, 292, 296; homicide data, 61, 248; self-defense efficacy, 262-63. See alsoSwords; Types of arms protected

Kries, August, 146

Kuhns v. Brugger, 316

Ku Klux Klan, 240, 242, 246-47

Kwasny, Mark, 146

 

Lady Smith handgun, 269

Larceny, 41, 44

Lane, Roger, 248-49

Larish, Inge Anne, 258-67, 272

Laser sights, 309

Lautenberg Amendment, 267

Lawn darts, 292-93, 298

Lawsuits. See Torts

Layton, Frank, 163-64, 168

Lebanon, 198

Lehr und Wehr Verein, 160. See also Presser v. Illinois

Leviathan. See Hobbes

Levinson, Sanford, 176, 200, 208

Levitt, Steven, 46

Lewis v. United States, 174-75

Lexington, Mass., 234

Licensing of gun owners, 24, 196-97, 202, 228, 262. See alsoConcealed handgun laws

Limits on gun purchases. See Rationing of firearms.

Literacy tests, 10

Little, Christopher C., 130

Little Rock, Ark., 241

Littleton, Colorado, 74, 258

Livy, Titus, 137

Load indicators. See Chamber load indicators

Locke, John, 116-18, 121, 208

Locks. See Storage.

LoJack, 45-46

Long Island, N.Y., 258

Lorcin Engineering Co., 346

Los Angeles, 111, 245-46, 248-49

Los Angeles Times, 23.

Lott, John R., Jr., 37-53, 100-01, 250-51

Louisiana, 5, 69, 212, 242, 283, 285, 316, 347

Ludwig, Jens, 26-32, 103-04

Lund, Nelson, 170

Lynching, 240-41

 

Mace. See Chemical sprays.

Machiavelli, Nicolo, 123-24, 132-33, 137-38

Machine guns, 163, 169, 196, 203, 224, 331, 349

Madison, James, 141-42, 212

Magazine disconnects, 310,3-14

Magazines (for ammunition), 233, 309, 327, 349, 351

Maier, Pauline, 143

Malcolm, Joyce, 176

Maine, 48, 212, 282, 285

Malaysia, 135

"Make my day" law, 5

Manufacturers of firearms, 105, 234, 253-56, 267-70, 272, 289, 296, 302, 307-55. See alsoDesign of firearms; Torts, individual companies

Mariel boat lift, 48

Marketing of firearms, 50, 253-55, 297, 307-08, 348, 350-55; by Navegar, 325-34; negligence, 311, 320-35; oversupply theory, 321-22, 324, 336; to women, 111, 234, 267-70

Marksuh, Robert E., 282

Marriage, 256-57, 279-80

Martial arts, 10-11

Maryland, 98-99, 145, 212, 283, 285, 288, 295, 304, 306, 311, 317

Mason, George, 194, 246, 252-53

Mass shootings, 46-47, 257-58, 325-33. See alsoConcealed handgun laws; School shootings, Schoolteachers

Massachusetts, 129, 144, 212, 238, 282, 285, 317

McCarthy v. Olin Corp., 332

McClurg, Andrew J., 33, 48-51, 82-87, 97, 99, 101-02, 110-11, 136, 169, 202, 291-97, 302-05, 316, 320

McDonald’s, 258

McDowall, Eugene E., 88

McPhee, John A., 151

McPherson, James M., 221

McReynolds, James, 163-64, 169, 221-22

McVeigh, Timothy, 201

Media, 97, 110, 309, 329; and women, 270, 275-76. See alsoFirst Amendment

Medical care. See Economic effects; Wounds

Medicare, 337

Memphis, 84-85, 240-41

Mendola v. Sambol, 316

Mental illness, 75-76, 196, 334

Merced, California, 102

Mercy, James A., 274, 283

Merrill v. Navegar, 325-34

Messner, Steven, 109-10

Mfume, Kweisi, 255

Miami, 334, 340

Michigan, 129, 167, 221, 282, 285

Miles v. Olin Corp., 305

Militia, 113,146, 151-53, 155, 167, 192-94, 199, 201, 203-04, 207-09, 237-38; black militias, 238, 240-41, 243, 245-46; citizen militia advantages, 122-30, 137-47; citizen militia disadvantages, 147-54; lower federal court discussion, 178-79, 184-85; neo-militias, 138, 161; reserve militia, 159; select militia, 151-54, 168, 207; and slavery, 236-37, 244-47, 250, 252-53; statutory definition, 160; state court discussion, 213-24; Supreme Court discussion, 159, 165-68, 173-77; and terrorism, 145-46, 151; unorganized militia, 195; and women, 123, 166-67, 196, 268. See alsoNational Guard, Second Amendment, Training

Militia Act. See Uniform Militia Act

Millercase. See United States v. Miller

Miller, Jack, 163-64, 168

Milo, Titus Annius, 113-14

Minnesota, 98-99, 212, 283, 285

Mississippi, 47, 74, 241-42, 244, 258, 283, 285

Missouri, 283, 285

Montana, 57, 252, 285

Morality of guns and gun use, 12, 103, 289. See alsoNatural Law; Right of Resistance; Right of Self-Defense; Vigilantism; Chapter 3.

Morgan, Edmund S., 150

Mosher v. Dayton, 228

Murder. See Homicide

Muskets, 214, 221, 237

 

Nagin, Daniel, 48-49

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 172, 235, 241, 253-57

National Center for Health Statistics, 255

National Crime Survey, 6-8

National Crime Victimization Survey, 13-15, 18, 22, 25, 28, 33, 67-68

National Education Association, 319

National Firearms Act of 1934, 163-64, 176-77

National Guard, 153-54, 194-95, 199

National Instant Check System, 76, 266, 321

National Institute of Justice, 27, 77

National Integrated Ballistics Identification Center, 352

National Opinion Research Center, 1, 270, 276, 280-83

National Rifle Association, 53, 77, 99, 110-11, 202, 267-70, 272, 275, 302, 318-19, 323, 325. See alsoEddie Eagle

National Safety Counsel, 98

National Self-Defense Survey, 13-32

National Sporting Goods Association, 56

National Survey of Private Ownership of Firearms, 24, 27-28, 31-32

Natural Law,4, 113-18, 208, 244-45. See alsoRight of resistance, Right of self-defense

Navegar, 325-33

Nebraska, 212, 283, 285

Negligence, 253, 255, 289, 297, 311, 316, 320-34. See alsoMarketing of firearms

Nevada, 40, 212, 283, 285

New England Journal of Medicine, 77-78

New Hampshire, 212, 282, 285

New Jersey, 69, 98-99, 212, 282, 285

New Mexico, 212, 281-83, 285, 289

New Orleans, 347

New York, 52, 212, 258, 262, 273, 282, 285, 319, 321-22

New York City, 60,109, 144, 256, 273

New York Times, 245-46, 329, 345-46

New York Times v. Sullivan, 345-46

New Zealand, 71

Ninth Amendment, 170-71, 191

North Carolina, 40, 69, 98-99, 212, 275, 283, 285

North Dakota, 212, 283, 285

 

Ohio, 23, 223, 227-33, 238-39, 282, 285, 289, 323, 325, 334, 340

Oklahoma, 164, 283, 285

Oligarchy, 130-31

Olin Corp., 305, 332

Oliver, Philip D., 302-05

Olson, Joseph E., 71, 99, 138, 203

Olson, Sarah L., 337-45

Olympics, 54

One-gun-a-month laws. See Rationing of firearms.

Oregon, 74, 84, 217, 222-27, 232, 258, 283, 285

Overbreadth doctrine, 221

Owen, Susan, 274

 

Paducah, Ky., 74, 258

Pahl, Jorg J., 83.

Paine, Thomas, 134-35, 144

Palestine Liberation Organization, 47

Palko v. Connecticut, 161

Paris, 133-34

Parker, Robert M., 186-88

Patterson, Gary, 68

Pavlides v. Niles Gun Show, Inc., 325

Peairs, Rodney and Bonnie, 11

People’s Rights Organization, Inc. v. Columbus, 233

People v. Brown, 221

Pearl, Mississippi, 47, 74, 258

Pennsylvania, 47-48, 74, 144, 212, 281-82, 285, 316, 334; history, 205-10, 238, 252-53

Pepper sprays. See Chemical sprays

Perkins v. F.I.E. Corp., 307

Perpich v. Department of Defense, 153-54, 199

Perry, H.W., Jr., 172

Personalized guns, 189, 291, 308-19, 336, 348-49, 354; costs, 312-13

Phallic symbols, 268, 275

Philadelphia, 238, 323, 334

Plato, 122,130-32

Pockock, J.G.A., 123

Polesky, Joelle E., 161

Police, 37, 121, 129, 136, 244, 249, 279, 295, 304, 346-47, 353-54; backup guns, 300; and blacks, 238, 250-51, 256-57;militarization, 128-29; no duty to provide protection, 260, 273; numbers, 260; personalized guns, 310, 313; protection by, 7, 234, 272-73; and riots, 238; and women, 263, 265

Polls, 1, 303; of criminals, 36-37; fear of crime, 106; gun control support, 235, 251, 276; reasons for owning guns, 1. See alsoBordua; Field, Defensive Gun Use; Gallup; Gun owners; Hart; Los Angeles Times; Mauser; Police Information; Tarrance

Polston, Mark D., 323

Pompey, Gnaeus Magnus, 114

Pornography, 276

Port Arthur, Australia, 257

Posse Comitatus, 237

Pound, Roscoe, 201

Poverty. See Class, Income

Powe, L.A., Jr., 135

Praetorians, 132, 135

President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, 106-07

Price, James H., 251

Private sales of firearms, 76

Product liability, 288-308, 311-16, 326, 333-36; handgun risk/utility analysis, 289-308, 326, 333. See alsoAbnormally dangerous activity; Design of firearms, Torts

Prohibition of firearms, 3, 12, 21-22, 128-30, 143-44, 172, 182, 189, 202, 250, in American Revolution, 252-53; by administrative agencies, 298-99; for blacks, 237-45; by cities, 311; court decisions, 213-33; and dictators, 130-46; of handguns, 173-74; historical opposition to, 206-07; by lawsuits, 291-308, 331-32, 354; and women, 264. See also “Assault weapons”

Providence, R.I., 238

Presser v. Illinois, 158-63, 167, 172

Printz v. United States, 175-77

Property crimes, 43-45. See alsoLarceny.

Public health, 77-78, 308-11

Public nuisance, 335-36

Pullen, Eric A., 170

 

Quillici v. Village of Morton Grove, 161-63

 

Rabban, David M., 209

Race, 69, 234-58, 277-82, 306, crime perpetration, 69, 256-57; gun ownership, 235, 281-82, 286; hunting participation, 58; income, 277; victimization rates, 235, 251, 254-55, 257, 284, 286. See alsoAsians, Fourteenth Amendment, Hispanics, Indians, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Reconstruction, Slavery, Thirteenth Amendment

Randolph, A. Philip, 241

Rape, 5, 15, 264, 273; concealed handgun law effects, 44, 48-49; data, 248, 259; gun use in, 109; storage law effects, 100

Raven Arms, 289, 300

Rationing of firearms, 76, 189, 323-24

Reagan, Ronald, 296

Reay, Donald, 64-65

Reconstruction, 236. See alsoFourteenth Amendment, Race, Slavery

Recreational gun use, 53-59, 293-94, 328; right to, 212. See alsoHunting, Target Shooting

Registration of firearms, 189

Rehnquist Court, 177

Reloading, 55. See alsoAmmunition.

Republicans, 40, 239

Resistance to crime, 1-4, 6-32; efficacy, 8-9; force usable,4-5, 286-87; women's issues, 258-76. See alsoDefensive gun use

Restatement of Torts, 306-08, 324-25, 333

Reuter, Peter, 26

Reynolds, Glenn Harlan, 129, 169, 189-99, 202-03, 217. See alsoStandard Model

Rhode Island, 238, 282, 285

Rifles, 214, 221, 293-95, 299; short rifles, 163

Right to Carry handgun laws. See Concealed handgun Laws.

Right of resistance to tyranny, 116-18, 141-44, 192-93, 208, 241; Department of Justice view on, 167-68. See alsoTyranny

Right of self-defense, 113-22, 212-13, 216-18, 223, 252; as "taking the law into one's hands", 122, 252

Riots, 111, 160, 238-41, 245-46, 249.

Risk perceptions, 91-92, 112

Riss v. New York, 273

Rivara, Frederick P., 99

Robbery,5, 8-9, 12, 36, 41, 66; data, 61-62, 248, 259; defensive handguns in stores, 294, 304; gun use in, 109; international comparison, 66-67; storage law effects, 100

Roe v. Wade, 306

Roman Republic and Empire,113-14, 123-24 132-35,137-39

Romero v. National Rifle Assoc., 325

Rossi, Peter H., 34-37, 45

Rural/Urban issues,40, 257, 262; Concealed handgun law effects, 41; gun ownership, 276, 282, 286; victimization rates, 284, 286

Russellville, Ark., 258

 

Salina v. Blaksley. See City of Salina v. Blaksley

San Francisco, 325-31

Santarelli, Donald E., 308

San Ysidro, California, 258

"Saturday Night Specials". See Small inexpensive guns.

Schauer, Frederick, 202

Schenck v. United States, 306

School shootings, 47, 74, 109, 258

Schoolteachers, 47, 74

Scotland. See United Kingdom

Scott v. Sandford, 124, 306

Seattle, 50-51, 64-65, 84-85, 90-91, 107

Second Amendment, 105-06, 121, 127, 155-213, 221-22, 237, 239-40, 252-53, 274, 302, 317, 346; Cooley and, 167; obsolescence, 197-98, 253; purpose clause, 199; and race, 236-53 state’s rights interpretation, 168-69, 179; and women, 258-68. See alsoFederal courts Militia; Standard model; Supreme Court; case names

Security guards, 235

Seizure of Arms Act, 124

Self-defense. See Defensive gun use, Natural law, Right of resistance, Right of self-Defense, Vigilantism

Seltzer, Frederic, 87

Senturia, Yvonne, 102, 282

Separation of Powers, 298-302, 305-06, 314, 317-19, 343-47

Sex, 75, 258-76, 278, 286; gun ownership, 235, 269-70, 274-76, 283, 286; income, 277; suicide, 80, 82; victimization data, 235, 251, 254, 257-59, 268-69, 283. See alsoRape

Sexual assault. See Rape

Shall Issue handgun carry laws. See Concealed handgun laws

Sharpton, Al, 256

Shays’s Rebellion, 208-09

Shelby County, Tenn., 84-85, 90-91

Sheley, Joseph, 69-70

Sherrill, Robert, 244

Shine, Eva H., 299

Shotguns, 214, 293-95, 303-04; short shotguns, 163-64, 168, 173, 178

Sierra Club, 319

SigArms, 309

Siloam Springs, Ark., 164

Silverman, Ira J., 257

Simmons, Gene, 258

Sixth Amendment, 306

Skiing, 55, 59, 275, 297, 347

Skogan, Wesley, 110

Slavery, 117, 124, 141, 236-37, 239-40, 244-47, 250, 252-53; slave patrols, 237

Slippery slope theory, 202-03

Sloan, John Henry, 50-51

Small inexpensive guns, 169, 295-302, 311; accidents, 92-93; and race, 244

"Smart guns." See Personalized guns

Smilie, John, 207

Smith, Adam, 140, 147-51, 165

Smith & Wesson, 269-70, 275, 312-13; settlement with Boston, 335, 347-54

Smith, Andrew O., 308

Smith, Tom W. & Robert J., 276, 280. See alsoNational Opinion Research Center

Smokers. See Tobacco

Somalia, 198

South, The, 237, 239-47, 279-80, 286. See alsoindividual states

South Carolina, 40, 283, 285

South Dakota, 283, 285

Southern Pac. Co. v. Arizona, 318

Soviet Union, 1

Sparta, 139

Spooner, Lysander, 244-45

Sporting Arms & Ammunition Manufacturers Institute, 53

Springfield Armory, Inc. v. Columbus, 233

Springfield, Oregon, 74, 258

Stalin, Josef, 144. See alsoGenocide, Tyranny, World War II

Standard Model, 189-210. See alsoReynolds; Second Amendment

Standing army, 113, 139-42, 146, 151-52, 165, 191, 197-98, 206-07, 247; constitutional restrictions, 158, 218-19

Stange, Mary Zeiss, 58

Stanley v. Joslin, 316

State Constitutions. See particular states and cases

State v. Duke, 221

State v. Kessler, 217, 222-27

State v. Workman, 221-22

Steenies, Gail, 102

Stillion, Judith M., 88

Stolen guns. See Theft of firearms

Storage of firearms, 3, 50, 59, 94-95, 99, 189, 314-16, 339, 350; locks, 103, 317, 348; practices, 102-03; and privacy, 100; self-defense effects, 101-03; storage law effects, 99-100; suicide, 88. See alsoDesign of firearms

Store-owners, 36, 294, 304

Story, Joseph, 176

Straw purchases, 320, 322-23, 350, 352-53

Strom, Kevin J., 70, 73, 112

Strossen, Nadine, 276

Substitution effects, 39, 73; in suicide, 85-90

Suburbs. See Rural/Urban issues

Suicide, 2, 78-91, 334; and age, 80-84, 86-88; attempts, 88; historical data, 79; international comparisons, 64; personalized guns, 309-10; and race 81-82; and sex, 80-82, 87; storage law effects, 99-100

Supenski, Leonard J., 327-28

Supreme Court, 121, 155-81, 236, 239-40, 306, 318-19, 347. See alsoindividual case names

Sweden, 72

Switzerland, 71, 85-86, 133, 137, 139-40

Swords, 169, 221. See alsoTypes of arms protected

 

Target shooting, 1, 53-55, 58-59, 293-94, 333; accidents, 96

Tatai, Kichinosuke, 88

Taxation of firearms, 105-06

TEC-9. See Navegar

TEC-DC9. See Navegar

Tennessee, 84-85, 90-91, 144, 192, 213-18, 221, 240-41, 283, 285, 316

Teret, Stephen P., 308-17

Terrorism, 144-46, 188, 201

Texas, 40, 221, 258, 283, 285, 334

Theft of firearms, 58-59, 102, 105, 309-10, 324, 349, 353

Thirteenth Amendment, 247, 250

Thomas, Clarence, 175-77

Thurman v. City of Torrington, 272-73

Timemagazine, 275

Titus Annius Milo. See Milo

Tobacco, 104, 288-89, 298, 305, 336-37, 341, 345-46

Torrington, Conn., 272

Torts, 235, 253-57, 288-355; state restrictions on suits, 6, 295-96, 326, 334-35, 347. See alsoNegligence; Products liability; Public nuisance

Traces of firearms, 299-300, 320, 328, 333, 351-52

Training, 10, 50, 54-55; for children, 93; for gun dealers, 351; for gun owners, 189; militia service, 122, 139-40, 161; for women, 269-70, 275

Trumbull, John, 125

Trump, Donald, 264, 266

Turks, 133

Tushnet, Mark, 210-11

Types of arms protected by right to arms, 164, 169, 195-96, 203, 214, 216-17, 221-33. See also “Assault weapons”

Tyranny, 113, 118, 123, 130-47, 168, 191-93, 197-202, 213, 226. See alsoInsurrectionary theory, Right of resistance

 

Ultrahazardous activity. See Abnormally dangerous activity

Undersupply of firearms, 46

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. See Soviet Union.

Uniform Crime Reports, 40, 66, 72

Uniform Militia Act of 1792, 123, 237-38

United Kingdom, 3, 71-72, 125, 133, 137, 203, 236-37; American Revolution and, 134-35, 142-43; burglary, 38; militia in, 139-40, 165; Northern Ireland, 63, 71; right to arms in, 124, 191, 203, 237; Scotland, 139-40, 147, 257-58; self-defense restrictions and rights, 121, 223; storage laws, 100

United Nations, 66

United States v. Cruikshank, 121, 159, 239-40

United States v. Emerson, 177, 181-89

United States v. Locke, 318

United States v. Miller, 155, 163-66, 217; Department of Justice brief, 167-68, 200; federal court interpretations, 178-82, 184-85, 187; scholarly interpretations, 169-71; Supreme Court interpretations, 171-77

United States v. Moore, 323

United States v. Strach, 323

Urban areas. See Rural/Urban issues.

Utah, 212, 283, 285

 

 

Valence v. State, 316

Van Alstyne, William, 176, 193

Vancouver, 50-51

Venice, 137

Vermont, 38, 212, 282, 285

Vernick, Jon S., 308-17

Vetter, Harold J., 257

Vietnam, 197

Vigilantism, 129, 248, 252, 271-72

Virginia, 40, 129, 144-45, 194, 212, 243, 252, 283, 285, 323-24

Viscusi, W. Kip, 112

Volokh, Eugene, 171, 199, 213

 

Waiting periods, 136, 189, 196-97, 202; and women, 261, 265-66

War of 1812, 146

Warr,Mark, 106-111

Warren Court, 157, 177

Washington, D.C. See District of Columbia

Washington state, 50-51, 64-65, 84-85, 90-91, 283, 285

Weatherup, Roy G., 170

Wells-Barnett, Ida, 240-41

West Virginia, 48, 212, 283, 285

Wheeler, Samuel, C., III, 120, 136

Whiskey Rebellion, 208-09

White, Walter, 241

Whitely, John E., 99-100

William & Mary, 139

Williams, David C., 127, 176

Wintemute, Garen J., 322

Wisconsin, 212, 265, 285

Women, 40-41, 45, 75; right to arms, 123, 166-67, 196, 210, 258-68; suicide, 80-82. See alsoSex

World Bank, 63

World War I, 168

World War II, 145, 249

Wounds, 19-20, 32,60, 65, 67, 98, 292-93, 309; costs, 104; mortality rates, 92; self-defense, 262-63

Wright, James, 34-37, 45, 69-70, 252

Wyoming, 283, 285

 

Young, Lewis, 251

 

Zawitz, Marianne W., 70, 73, 112

Zigler, Edward, 82

Zimring, Franklin, 66-68

Zumbo, Jim, 57

 
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