Tom Diaz

gun policy analyst

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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

Tom Diaz on KCRW

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.

Have Mass Shootings Become the 'New Normal?'

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.

from To the Point

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

Gun Ownership, Stand-Your-Ground Laws and Gun Control

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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