Saul Cornell

Professor of American History, Fordham University

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Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History at Fordham University and author of  A Well Regulated Militia: The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America

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When Barack Obama was elected President, the National Rifle Association  predicted  a massive effort at gun control, and gun sales shot up last year by 39%.  But when Chicago's ban on…

Coffeehouse Showdown: Gun Owners Test the Limits of the Law

When Barack Obama was elected President, the National Rifle Association predicted a massive effort at gun control, and gun sales shot up last year by 39%.  But when Chicago's ban on…

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When Barack Obama was elected President, the National Rifle Association  predicted  a massive effort at gun control, and gun sales shot up last year by 39%.

Coffeehouse Showdown: Gun Owners Test the Limits of the Law

When Barack Obama was elected President, the National Rifle Association predicted a massive effort at gun control, and gun sales shot up last year by 39%.

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