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Why Gun Control Doesn’t Explain Australia’s Low Homicide Rates – OpEd

Eurasia Review Thursday, 15 March 2018
Why Gun Control Doesn’t Explain Australia’s Low Homicide Rates – OpEdBy Ryan McMaken*

Gun control advocates often point to Australia as an example of how “banning” guns leads to significant declines in homicide rates.

Whether or not the much vaunted gun laws were ever fully implemented remains a matter of debate, but data does indeed suggest Australia’s already-low homicide rates...
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