In response to Richard Aborn's article "The Battle Over the Brady Bill and the Future of Gun Control Advocacy, Johnson argues that Aborn's "bad gun formula" trivializes the Second Amendment, ignores issues vital to the gun control debate, and obfuscates what should ultimately need to be a choice between an armed citizenry or a disarmed one. Aborn's article suggests no real changes and does not effectively advance the debate.
Nicholas J. Johnson,
Shots Across No Man's Land: A Response to Handgun Control, Inc.'s, Richard Aborn,
22 Fordham Urb. L.J. 441
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