NRA's `Eddie Eagle' on anti-gun hit list

Gallagher, Maggie
December 1997
Human Events;12/19/97, Vol. 53 Issue 48, p14
Presents Eddie Eagle, one of the cartoon characters that the National Rifle Association (NRA) uses to teach kids about gun safety. Character of Eddie; Report from Violence Policy Center, an anti-gun group, on gun-safety education for children; Comparison between Joe Camel and Eddie Eagle.


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