Camel with Feathers
NRA with Gun and Tobacco Industry Dollars Uses its Eddie Eagle Program to Market
Guns to Kids
Table of ContentsKey
Section One: "An
Old-Fashioned Wrestling Match for the Hearts and Minds of our Children"
Section Two: "New
Blood Really Helps"
Three: "The Safest Thing is to Not Keep a Gun at Home"
One: The History of Eddie Eagle
Two: False Claims of Endorsement Made by the NRA
Three: The Controversial Views of NRA Director of Research Paul Blackman on Kids
Four: 1994 and 1995 Eddie Eagle Grants Made by The NRA Foundation
This is the full text of the November 1997 Violence Policy Center study Joe
Camel with Feathers, except for Appendix Five and Appendix Six which are copies
of state Eddie Eagle resolutions and source materials used for the study.
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