A timely, important investigation of the Second Amendment and the impact it's had on our nation's history, for middle grade readers who loved Bomb and In the Shadow of Liberty.
The Second Amendment has become increasingly relevant to school children across America. From shooting drills to metal detectors to see-through backpacks, kids face daily reminders of the threat of guns. In this first-of-its-kind book for the middle grade market, Whose Right Is It: The Second Amendment and the Fight Over Guns reveals how a once obscure amendment became the focus of daily heated debate.
Filled with historical photos and informative graphics, the book will show young readers how smart gun reform has always been a part of our history and how money, power, and race have long dictated our ability to own guns.Epilogue. “As of This Writing.” Online resources. Discussion guide. Selected bibliography. Endnotes. Infographic sources. Index. Black-and-white photographs, reproductions, maps, diagrams, graphs, and infographics.
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