"Since 2016, the United States has experienced an average of nearly one mass shooting per day. Is this the new normal, or can something be done to prevent these slaughters? America seems divided about how to stop mass shootings. While some point to stricter gun control as a solution, others urge a focus on mental health and improvement of social factors that contribute to disenfranchisement. Meanwhile, the shootings continue, while the country's leaders are deadlocked. The diverse viewpoints in this volume explore the topic of mass shootings, their causes and effects, and potential solutions for eliminating them"--
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