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‘Brown’s admirable book is an exceptionally vast, sweeping, detailed, and authoritative account of Canada’s gun experience.’ (Robert J. Spitzer Law and History Review, November 2013)
‘R. Blake Brown has produced a sweeping, thorough, insightful, and well-researched account of gun control in Canada… This book should prove useful and provocative for students and scholars of Canadian and comparative law, society, and politics.’ (William G. Merkel American Historical Review June 2014)
‘Arming and Disarming is full of fascinating and well-placed quotations from key historical figures concerning their views on gun issues… This book stands out as an important and pioneering work in the history of gun control on Canada.’(James Floros Canadian Historical Review vol 94: 03:0213)
‘Blake Brown's Arming and Disarming is a truly fine piece of scholarship, six full years in the making.’(Paull W. Bennett Chronicle Herald, January16, 2013)
‘I hugely enjoyed reading Arming and Disarming, a terrific book on a fascinating topic. R. Blake Brown imparts many fresh insights and provides important new evidence for big disputes about the rise of the regulatory state, the rights of the citizen, modern masculinity, and much else.’ (Elsbeth Heaman, Department of History and Classical Studies, McGill University)See all Product Description
Comprehensive and interesting summary of gun control in Canada. Does not read as biased. Very readable.Published 16 days ago by Dan
this book was an easy read
the writer lays out the chronological path of the phony
gun crisis and the social re-engineering agenda of
the people in control at the... Read more
Recently winning the book of the year from the Canadian Law and Society Association this book is well researched and insightful. Read morePublished on May 18 2013 by Fred