History of airport security could be roadmap for gun control

Decades ago, passengers could walk straight from an airport curb right onto the tarmac, and no one would ask to see an ID or check a bag. Sometimes, they could even buy a ticket in cash on the plane. That’s according to Brendan Koerner, author of “The Skies Belong to Us: Love and Terror in the Golden Age of Hijacking.” Photo by Shutterstock.

There are parallels between the fight over airline regulations and today’s debate over gun safety, says journalist Brendan Koerner.

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