"Murder rates in 'gun controlled' areas, such as Mexico and South Africa, are more than twice as high as those in the United States. Conversely, countries such as Switzerland, New Zealand, and Israel, which have household gun ownership rates comparable to those in the United States, have much lower rates of crime and violence."
Comment: Gun Control and Economic Discrimination: The Melting Point Case-in Point, 85 J. CRIM. L. 764, 770 (1995).
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