Joyce Lee Malcolm

U.S. Army Joyce Lee Malcolm (born October 17, 1941) is the Patrick Henry Professor of Constitutional Law and the Second Amendment at George Mason University School of Law. She has been called "the leading historian on the history of English gun control and gun rights" by David Kopel. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Guns and violence : the English experience / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 2002
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    Peter's war a New England slave boy and the American Revolution / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 2009
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    Caesar's due : loyalty and King Charles, 1642-1646 / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 1983
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    To keep and bear arms : the origins of an Anglo-American right / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 1994
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    The tragedy of Benedict Arnold : an American life / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 2018
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    Peter's war a New England slave boy and the American Revolution / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 2009
    Full Text (via De Gruyter)
    Electronic eBook
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    Guns and violence : the English experience / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 2002
    Book
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    Peter's war : a New England slave boy and the American Revolution / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 2009
    Book
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    To keep and bear arms : the origins of an Anglo-American right / by Malcolm, Joyce Lee

    Published 1994
    Book
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    The struggle for sovereignty : seventeenth-century English political tracts /

    Published 1999
    Other Authors: “…Malcolm, Joyce Lee…”
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