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Gun Violence in America / Gun Culture 2.0 / S3 E4

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Why do people own guns and how do they use them? What do guns mean to the people who own them? and to those who don’t? And is there anyone who can help bridge those worlds? Guests: David Yamane, Professor of Sociology at Wake Forest University, and an expert on Gun Culture 2.0 and the rise of guns as tools for self-defense; Kevin Creighton, a gun enthusiast and writer for Ricochet.com, NRA Family and Shooting Illustrated; and Chris Marvin, former army officer, Black Hawk helicopter pilot, and a combat veteran of the war in Afghanistan, who’s been awarded the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal and the Air Medal.

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