What the gun control movement can learn from the antiabortion movement
- June 10, 2022
- David Meyer, sociology, explains in this piece for The Washington Post
David S. Meyer, UCI professor of sociology and political science writes, “Each new mass shooting makes gun-control activists more passionate and more determined, but they grow understandably frustrated when their efforts don’t translate into policy reform. Their movement can learn something — and take encouragement — from an unlikely source: the antiabortion movement, which is now scoring major victories after a very long struggle.”
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