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12 June 1999

New York Times

WASHINGTON — After years of drift and disarray, the National Rifle Association finds itself right where many of its leaders want it to be: under attack. The organization has found new life, members and money through mass mailings that portray gun owners and sportsmen as being under siege. Two weeks after the last funeral for a victim in the high school shootings at Littleton, Colo., the N.R.A. sent letters to its 2.6 million members, warning that President Clinton... (

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