Tom Diaz

gun policy analyst

Guest

Gun policy analyst and author of Making a Killing: The Business of Guns in America, and The Last Gun: How the Gun Industry Is Killing Americans and What We Can Do to Stop It; former Democratic counsel to the House Subcommittee on Crime, he also worked as a senior policy analyst at the Violence Policy Center in Washington, DC

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After 13 people were gunned down in Washington's Navy Yard Monday, the White House and Congress took a moment to mourn and went back to business.

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George Zimmerman is hardly the only American who owns a gun, and gun sales increase with every high profile shooting.

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George Zimmerman is hardly the only American who owns a gun, and gun sales increase with every high profile shooting.

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The Newtown massacre has prompted millions of Americans to ask what they can do to contain gun violence.

Designing Lethality: Innovation and the Gun Industry

The Newtown massacre has prompted millions of Americans to ask what they can do to contain gun violence.

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