U.S. Can Learn From Australia to Curb Mass Shootings

U.S. Can Learn From Australia to Curb Mass Shootings

A quarter of a century ago, on April 28-29, 1996, a lone gunman murdered 35 Australians at the historic site of Port Arthur in Tasmania. At the time, Australia’s population was 18 million, so as a share of the population, the death toll was the equivalent of a shooting spree in the United States today costing more than 600 lives.

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