Balance of Power

Balance of Power

Book - 2003
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When his sister-in-law is shot and killed by her abusive husband, newly elected Democratic president Kerry Kilcannon decides that something must be done about the gun industry but faces stiff opposition from the Sons of the Second Amendment, a powerful gun lobby group.
Publisher: New York : Random House Pub. Group, 2003.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780345450173
0345450175
Branch Call Number: FIC Patte
Characteristics: xii, 611 p.

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bobbiesmith
Apr 19, 2013

If you want to gain a visceral appreciation for what Obama was up against this week with the gun legislation, read this book. Patterson nails it and it will blow your mind how complicated and corrupt America's gun mentality is and consequently how difficult it will be to ever change.

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Liselara
Dec 07, 2011

This book is over 1,000 pages and I read it in two days. Patterson gives us an insider's view into U.S. politics in this stunning page-turner. I love novels that teach you something but equally shows you both sides of burning issues.

This will scare you - once you realize who is really running North America.

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davetruck
Jun 22, 2011

If you like liberals bashing the second amendment, you will love this book. Anything and everything is blamed on gun makers and owners. No one is else is made to face personal responsibility.

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