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9 thoughts on “Clinging to Their Guns and Religion?

  1. Thanks for posting the download link, David. Its on my reading list and in my growing collection of peer reviewed literature (as opposed to some of the advocacy-dreck that gets proffered as scholarship) on gun stuff. First I have to finish Rudolph et al’s Connecticut study.

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  3. pg. 13 “Those who are more politically conservative or punitive may be more likely to become gun owners, or those who are gun owners may be more likely to become politically conservative or develop punitive attitudes…”

    Maybe gun owners sometimes become more politically conservative or develop punitive attitudes because we are reacting negatively to the constant criticism of us by liberal, gun-critical parts of society? Just a thought…

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