Gun Nation.

Photographs by Zed Nelson.
Westzone Publishing Ltd, London, 2001. 160 pp., 103 duotone illustratoins, 9½x12".

"This hard-hitting visual essay, shot throughout the United States over a three-year period, shows how deeply guns are ingrained in the American way of life. Haunting photographs of ordinary people living ordinary lives reveal a world where firearms have become as American as apple pie, where Magnums and Uzis replace pitchforks and bibles as national symbols of freedom; here large sectors of society are as naked without their weapons as they'd be without their cars." -the publisher.

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