Adam Winkler

University of California, Los Angeles

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Adam Winkler is a professor of constitutional law at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the author of Gunfight: The Battle over the Right to Bear Arms in America. His forthcoming book is We the Corporations.

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The UCLA Law professor discusses his newest book about the rights of corporations.

Adam Winkler: We The Corporations

The UCLA Law professor discusses his newest book about the rights of corporations.

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Young people around the country are all fired up after the Parkland shooting. Veteran observers say they’re changing the atmosphere of debate about gun control.

Parkland students take the lead on gun control

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There has been a rush of new gun buyers since the 2016 election — specifically, black and LGBTQ gun buyers, who fear for their safety.

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