Statistical Misgivings and Lies - A look at the Gun Control Debate and Kellerman's Study - September 3, 2002, Gary Shade, Rod Murphy, Tony Joeseph and Tim Arinze (PDF Format)
Comments on Kellerman - Guns in the Home, a paper by H. Taylor Buckner, Associate Professor of Sociology, at Concordia University. A response to the infamous "a person with a gun in the home is 2.7 times more likely to be the victim of a homicide" study by Kellerman in the New England Journal of Medicine, showing the inaccuracies of the data gathered and the poor methods used to compile the study.
"Serious Flaws in Kellerman," a paper by Henry E. Schaffer, Ph. D. Another response to the Kellerman study, showing the inaccuracies of the methods used to compile the study.
"When Doctors Call for Gun Seizures, It's Grand Malpractice," an excerpt from the book, "Stopping Power: The Humanistic Case For Civilian Arms," by J. Neil Schulman. Yet another response to the Kellerman study, critical of the study's methods.
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