Cook, Philip J. and Kristin A. Goss. The Gun Debate: What Everyone Needs to Know® 2nd Edition
“… noted economist Philip J. Cook and political scientist Kristin A. Goss delve into the issues that Americans debate when they talk about guns. With a balanced and broad-ranging approach, the authors thoroughly cover the latest research, data, and developments on gun ownership, gun violence, the firearms industry, and the regulation of firearms. The authors also tackle sensitive issues such as the impact of gun violence on quality of life, the influence of exposure to gun violence on mental health, home production of guns, arming teachers, the effect of concealed weapons on crime rates, and the ability of authorities to disarm people who aren’t allowed to have a gun.”
Henigan, Dennis. “Guns Don’t Kill People, People Kill People” And Other Myths about Gun Violence
“The gun lobby’s remarkable success in using engaging slogans to frame the gun control debate has allowed it to block lifesaving gun legislation for decades. But is there any truth to this bumper-sticker logic? Dennis Henigan exposes the mythology and misguided thinking at the core of these pro-gun catchphrases, which continue to have an outsized influence on public attitudes toward guns and gun control. He counters the gun lobby’s messages by weaving together the most compelling current research and insights drawn from the grim reality of deadly gunfire in our homes and communities. Henigan charts a new path toward ending the American nightmare of gun violence.”
Webster, Daniel W. and Jon S. Vernick (Eds.) Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis
This book looks at gun violence as a public health crisis and includes specific policy recommendations with notes on the constitutionality of those proposals.