Duck and Take Cover

Strasburger, Victor C.
January 1999
Clinical Pediatrics;Jan1999, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p41
Academic Journal
Shows that increasing number of schoolchildren are being forced go through a drill to escape gunfire. Country with the highest rate of homicides; Impact of firearms on children; Factors influencing youth violence. INSET: Editor's Note.


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