Aboriginal Access to Firearms for Wildlife Harvesting
Many Indigenous people in remote areas depend on access to firearms for the wildlife harvesting on which their livelihood depends. In recent years, however, access to firearms has decreased significantly. In this paper, Professor Jon Altman explores the present situation and advocates a policy...
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