How Obama can win on gun control
The president must go big, tackling gun laws, gun culture, mental health, Hollywood violence, and parental responsibility
President Barack Obama pauses during an economic speech in Kansas in which he invoked the legacy of Republican President Teddy Roosevelt, who focused relentlessly on the middle class.
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