Kalashnikov and the ascendancy of stereotyping

Author: Mohammad Fadhel Al Obaidly

The Vietnam War, which lasted 19 years, resulted in the deaths of at least 1.1 million Vietnamese and 58,220 American troops. Although victims on both sides did not only die by bullets, do you ever recall reading an article overflowing with moral indignation directed at the American scientist Eugene Stoner, designer of the M16 assault rifle?



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