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Wayne LaPierre, Jr.,

executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, said in March that President Clinton is “willing to accept a certain level of killing to further his political agenda.” The statement followed a week of verbal bickering between the president, who was trying to persuade Congress to compromise on a strong gun-control legislation, and the powerful gun lobby.


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