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Topic - Kristine Marsh
The language has changed: the press appears to prefer term "gun reform" over "gun control." There's a reason for this.
"While the commonplace 'gun control' has an aggressive connotation to it, and rightfully so, the liberals have attempted to replace it with the softer-sounding 'gun reform' to make their agenda more acceptable to the public," Ms. Marsh adds.