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Part Four: Guns

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In 2010, the Supreme Court struck down a Chicago ban on handguns, arguing that the right to bear arms was a fundamental right. In the wake of mass shootings, a powerful gun safety movement has rejected the Court’s interpretation. In this class, Meg Mott, Professor of Politics at Marlboro College, Vermont, considers arguments on both sides of the issue as well as the cognitive dissonance each exerts on the other.

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Monday, April 22, 2019 - 10:00