The national conversation on guns: Before refusing to own a gun . . .
In 1979, the training of millions of average citizens in CPR was proposed nationally. It was examined by doctors and attorneys and their concerns were entirely satisfied. You might say there was a national conversation on why the medical and the legal profession should get behind the movement to train millions of laymen. The CPR Corollary is the case study of how the thinking of professionals was changed into a major paradigm shift toward more citizen involvement and latitude in the absence of professionals.
What makes the case study useful to instructors and the national conversation on guns is that not only were the concerns over training millions of laymen in CPR identical to guns on campus and concealed carry of 2015 and beyond, but the responses are, too. Pick up your free copy here.
This 42 page monograph is fifteen elements in what every household should know before refusing to own a firearm.
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