NRA : an American legend / Jeffrey L. Rodengen ; edited by Melody Maysonet.

Author
Rodengen, Jeffrey L. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Fort Lauderdale, FL : Write Stuff Enterprises, ©2002.
Description
304 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits (some color) ; 30 cm

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Summary note
"NRA: An American Legend" is the official account of the history of the National Rifle Association. From a humble beginning over 131 years ago the volume recounts the story of the organization including several hundred photos.
Notes
Includes index.
Contents
  • Early foundation and development. Birth of NRA ; International fame ; Tumultuous times ; National scope and federal recognition ; New horizons: from soldiers to civilians ; Bigger and better
  • Supporting soldiers and civilians. Patriotism and preparedness ; The soaring twenties ; Strong leadership, strong support ; From depression to war ; The world at war ; Postwar penetration ; A diverse organization
  • Protecting freedom. NRA's darkest days ; Countdown to crisis ; Revolution and reform ; A focused organization ; Living the great role ; Staying power ; Another threshold ; Coming out on top.
ISBN
  • 0945903812
  • 9780945903819
LCCN
00131246
OCLC
43738080
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