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'''Gun politics''' is one of the most controversial issues in [[Politics of the United States|American politics]]. Since the 1990s, the debate regarding the availability of firearms within the [[United States]] has been characterized by concerns about a [[Right to keep and bear arms|right to bear arms]] found in the [[Second Amendment to the United States Constitution|Second Amendment]] to the [[U.S. Constitution]], and the responsibility of government to prevent [[Gun violence in the United States|crime and deaths]]. [[Gun control]] supporters say that broad gun rights inhibit the government from fulfilling that responsibility.<ref name=Wilcox-Bruce1998>{{cite book |last1=Wilcox |first1=Clyde |last2=Bruce |first2=John W. |year=1998 |title=The Changing Politics of Gun Control |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=VvNb5s8Z3b0C |location=Lanham, Maryland |publisher=Rowman & Littlefield |pages= |isbn=0-8476-8615-9 }}</ref>{{rp|1-3}}<ref name=PGC1995Ch1>{{cite book |last=Spitzer |first=Robert J. |title=The Politics of Gun Control |year=1995 |publisher=Chatham House |isbn=9781566430227 }}</ref> Gun rights supporters like the National Rifle Association promote firearms for [[Self-defense#Armed|self-defense]], [[Hunting#Shooting|hunting]], and [[Shooting sport|sporting activities]].<ref name=Levan>{{cite book |last=Levan |first=Kristine |year=2013 |chapter=4 Guns and Crime: Crime Facilitation Versus Crime Prevention |chapterurl=http://books.google.com/books?id=h4aWFrgW74YC&pg=PA93#v=onepage&q&f=false |editor1-last=Mackey |editor1-first=David A. |editor2-last=Levan |editor2-first=Kristine |title=Crime Prevention |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=h4aWFrgW74YC |location= |publisher=Jones & Bartlett |pages=438 |isbn=9781449615932 |accessdate= |quote= They [the NRA] promote the use of firearms for self-defense, hunting, and sporting activities, and also promote firearm safety. }}</ref>{{rp|96}} Law professor [[Erik Luna]] says, "Among the pro-gun culture's greatest fears is government confiscation of private firearms," and that they are concerned about state tyranny.<ref name=Luna2002>{{cite journal |last=Luna |first=Erik |year=2002 |title=The .22 Caliber Rorschach Test |url=http://litigation-essentials.lexisnexis.com/webcd/app?action=DocumentDisplay&crawlid=1&srctype=smi&srcid=3B15&doctype=cite&docid=39+Hous.+L.+Rev.+53&key=50f6ebcacd1adf24f593059318cd2e66 |journal=Boston University Law Review |publisher= |volume=75 |issue=57 |pages= |doi= |accessdate= }}</ref>{{rp|9}}
 
'''Gun politics''' is one of the most controversial issues in [[Politics of the United States|American politics]]. Since the 1990s, the debate regarding the availability of firearms within the [[United States]] has been characterized by concerns about a [[Right to keep and bear arms|right to bear arms]] found in the [[Second Amendment to the United States Constitution|Second Amendment]] to the [[U.S. Constitution]], and the responsibility of government to prevent [[Gun violence in the United States|crime and deaths]]. [[Gun control]] supporters say that broad gun rights inhibit the government from fulfilling that responsibility.<ref name=Wilcox-Bruce1998>{{cite book |last1=Wilcox |first1=Clyde |last2=Bruce |first2=John W. |year=1998 |title=The Changing Politics of Gun Control |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=VvNb5s8Z3b0C |location=Lanham, Maryland |publisher=Rowman & Littlefield |pages= |isbn=0-8476-8615-9 }}</ref>{{rp|1-3}}<ref name=PGC1995Ch1>{{cite book |last=Spitzer |first=Robert J. |title=The Politics of Gun Control |year=1995 |publisher=Chatham House |isbn=9781566430227 }}</ref> Gun rights supporters like the National Rifle Association promote firearms for [[Self-defense#Armed|self-defense]], [[Hunting#Shooting|hunting]], and [[Shooting sport|sporting activities]].<ref name=Levan>{{cite book |last=Levan |first=Kristine |year=2013 |chapter=4 Guns and Crime: Crime Facilitation Versus Crime Prevention |chapterurl=http://books.google.com/books?id=h4aWFrgW74YC&pg=PA93#v=onepage&q&f=false |editor1-last=Mackey |editor1-first=David A. |editor2-last=Levan |editor2-first=Kristine |title=Crime Prevention |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=h4aWFrgW74YC |location= |publisher=Jones & Bartlett |pages=438 |isbn=9781449615932 |accessdate= |quote= They [the NRA] promote the use of firearms for self-defense, hunting, and sporting activities, and also promote firearm safety. }}</ref>{{rp|96}} Law professor [[Erik Luna]] says, "Among the pro-gun culture's greatest fears is government confiscation of private firearms," and that they are concerned about state tyranny.<ref name=Luna2002>{{cite journal |last=Luna |first=Erik |year=2002 |title=The .22 Caliber Rorschach Test |url=http://litigation-essentials.lexisnexis.com/webcd/app?action=DocumentDisplay&crawlid=1&srctype=smi&srcid=3B15&doctype=cite&docid=39+Hous.+L.+Rev.+53&key=50f6ebcacd1adf24f593059318cd2e66 |journal=Boston University Law Review |publisher= |volume=75 |issue=57 |pages= |doi= |accessdate= }}</ref>{{rp|9}}
   
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