Über den Autor
GERRY SOUTER attended the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago. He has worked as an art teacher, a security guard for the Arizona State Guard and Detective Agency, a rifle instructor, and an Ordinary Seaman, U.S. Merchant Marine. He and his wife, Janet, have authored and co-authored more than forty nonfiction books in the areas of history, biography, young adult, art, military history, business, and the Internet. Recent titles include The Chicago Air and Water Show: A History of Wings above the Waves (History Press, 2010), The Vietnam War Experience (Carlton Books, 2008), and Military Rifles - Fierce Firepower (Enslow, 2006). They live near Chicago.
Presents a liberal gun owner's perspective in the heated debate over gun control; Combines a history of guns in the United States with the personal memories of growing up in shooting sports; Seeks a balanced position on controversial gun issues