Gunfight: My Battle Against the Industry that Radicalized America Free Audiobook Download by Ryan Busse
[Ryan Busse] tells the story of his personal journey with guns. Busse grew up in a family that did not own firearms, and began to question why only law enforcement and military were allowed to carry guns after attending college. After living in Washington D.C., where he became increasingly aware of the ways in which the gun industry propagated an environment of fear, Busse decided to use his writing skills to challenge the narratives coming out of gun culture.
There is no more gun outcry than the recent one by NRA president Wayne LaPierre. He said, “The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.” The problem is that there is no good guy without one.
Gunfight tells the story of Ryan Busse, who is an ex-patriot who fought for his country abroad, but now questions the ethics of America when he comes back home. As a response to the interview questions, he begins what would become his lifelong mission to bring down the gun industry. He has consulted with many professionals and experts in order to escape from this world of violence.
In Gunfight: My Battle Against the Industry that Radicalized America, Ryan Busse tells how he became entwined in the gun industry. After receiving a scholarship to study at MIT, he builds a small company that is way ahead of its time with a unique focus on firearms design. What follows is an expose on his journey through the world of high-powered lobbying and multinational gun sales.
Gunfight is a riveting audiobook that entertains as it educates. The author, Ryan Busse, has survived the harrowing experiences of being a firearms instructor within the gun industry and he uses those experiences to reveal how the gun industry is responsible for radicalizing American society.
Based on true events, Gunfight: My Battle Against the Industry that Radicalized America by Ryan Busse is a gripping audiobook download. The narrative describes the story of how Ryan Busse enters the gun industry and examines his relationship with guns and gun manufacturers in modern history.
|Duration||9 hours 50 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||Political Ideologies, Public Policy, Law & Politics|