Dan Baum

journalist and author

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Journalist and author of Gun Guys: A Road Trip; former staff writer at the New Yorker

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President Obama and the New York Mayor Bloomberg are coordinating the effort to enact some form of gun control before the Sandy Hook massacre is forgotten.

Passing Gun Control before the Sandy Hook Massacre Is Forgotten

President Obama and the New York Mayor Bloomberg are coordinating the effort to enact some form of gun control before the Sandy Hook massacre is forgotten.

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