Michael Waldman

New York University

Guest

President of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law; author of The Second Amendment: A Biography and The Fight to Vote

Michael Waldman on KCRW

In yesterday's primaries, party frontrunners won. Many voters lost. A record number of New Yorkers complained about delays and glitches, not to mention anger at closed primary rules.

Chaos and Disenfranchisement at the Polls

In yesterday's primaries, party frontrunners won. Many voters lost. A record number of New Yorkers complained about delays and glitches, not to mention anger at closed primary rules.

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Another lone gunman grabbed headlines last week in California, but so-called mass shootings rarely kill more than a dozen people.

The Tragic Mathematics of Gun Violence

Another lone gunman grabbed headlines last week in California, but so-called mass shootings rarely kill more than a dozen people.

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