The United States has more guns than people, according to the Small Arms Survey. Few issues are more divisive than gun violence and the right to bear arms. Yet there may be more common ground than initially appears. In a five-part series, VOA’s Deepak Dobhal profiles gun owners, people affected by gun violence, and a scholar who sees the contradictions and, perhaps, a way forward.
Part One: Finding Common Ground
A professor in Ashland, Wisconsin, brings pro- and anti-gun forces together at the community level, hoping to move beyond the often strident national debate.
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