Tim Mak

NPR investigative correspondent, author of “Misfire: Inside the Downfall of the NRA”

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Tim Mak is a senior correspondent for the Daily Beast. He writes about national security and politics.

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The story of the National Rifle Association involves infighting and backstabbing, million-dollar corruption, and a red-headed Russian spy. The new book "Misfire" chronicles it all.

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