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Simon Chapman

Professor Simon Chapman is professor of public health at the University of Sydney and author of Over Our Dead Bodies: Port Arthur and Australia's Fight for Gun Control.

Author's website: Simon Chapman's home page


 
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Maybe it won't stop all violent deaths, but a ban on handguns will help
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