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ABC News/Time Forum: Guns #646566

ABC Special for Wednesday, Jan 24, 1990

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The second of a two part examination of the use of guns in violent crime, this broadcast is a live forum moderated by Peter Jennings (ABC) with NRA Institute for Legislative Action Executive Director Wayne LaPierre, San Jose Chief of Police Joseph McNamara, former DC Chief of Police Maurice Turner, Chairman of Handgun Control, Inc. Sarah Brady, Sen. Howard Metzenbaum, Professor James Wright, "Time" Chief of Correspondents John Stacks, ABC News producer Lisa Cohen, "Time" correspondent Jonathan Beatty, former Public Health Commissioner Dr. Deborah Prothrow-Smith, Gun Owners of America Executive Director Larry Pratt, Congress for Racial Equality National Chairman Roy Innis, Susan Kenney, Unified Sportsmen of Florida Executive Marion Hammer, OR House of Representatives Speaker Vera Katz, California State Assemblyman Lloyd Connelly, Criminologist Don Kates, Phil Murphy, Chairman Emeritus of Handgun Control, Inc. Pete Shields, and Dorothy Chaney of Youth Crime Watch; for information about part one see the record entitled "Peter Jennings Reporting: Guns".


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