A Not-So-Magnificent Obsession: The History, Psychology, and Politics of Gun Ownership in America — Podcast November 9, 2015


Unfinished Business: The Second Amendment, the NRA, the Arms Industry, and 30,000+ Shooting Deaths per Year in the U.S.: Is Anyone EVER Going to Connect These Dots?  Democratic Perspective’s Mike Cosentino, Gary LaMaster, and Steve Williamson try to make some sense of the controversy over gun ownership in the U.S. How much worse does the current outbreak of mass shootings have to get before we deal seriously with the gun fetishism of the political right?

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One Response to A Not-So-Magnificent Obsession: The History, Psychology, and Politics of Gun Ownership in America — Podcast November 9, 2015

  1. Ron Hanson says:

    How about recording/uploading your sessions on/to YouTube.

    You get wider distribution, recall of visual images are more lasting
    than audio, and your audience may well be younger (i.e. live longer
    as future Democrats ).

    PS

    our vision lasts longer than our hearing.

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