Two Massacres with Haunting Similarities

The Newtown tragedy is remarkably reminiscent of the one Dunblane, Scotland, endured in 1996. A look at how that massacre affected the public policy debate in the U.K., and whether that reaction holds any clues to how an American response might unfold now.

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