Anyone read 'Ricochet: Confessions of a Gun Lobbyist'


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Ricochet: Confessions of a Gun Lobbyist
by Richard Feldman

An NRA insider exposes the hidden aims and tactics of America’s most notorious special interest group
The National Rifle Association is the most feared lobbying powerhouse in America, known for its aggressive tactics and intensely secretive culture. In this revealing, controversial book, lifetime NRA member and former lobbyist Richard Feldman unmasks the inner workings, influence, and goals of this political behemoth, from internecine warfare, media manipulation, and executive bankrolling to gun control bills and school massacres.
Richard Feldman (Rindge, NH) is a former Reagan White House appointee to the Commerce Department. He became the regional political director for the National Rifle Association in the 1980s and served as chief lobbyist and spokesman for the firearm industry’s national trade association in the ’90s. He is the founder of MLS Communications and is a top political and public affairs consultant.

Saw this in a bookstore. Wasn't sure what to think. In all seriousness, it looks like a gun guy with an axe to grind with the NRA. Not sure if it will provide ammo to the brady bunch, or what. Anyone read this, and have any thoughts? I wasn't willing to shell out 20 bucks to find out more... at least without a good recommendation to do so, first.

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