Tom Diaz was once a gun enthusiast but over time he became one of the gun industry’s harshest critics. Glenn Harlan Reynolds is a professor of law at the University of Tennessee. Diaz and Reynolds join Diane to talk about the shootings at Columbine High School last month, the place of firearms in American history and culture, and the latest round of federal legislation aimed at limiting gun-related deaths and injuries.

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  • Tom Diaz Senior analyst for the Violence Policy Center and author of "Making a Killing" (The New Press)
  • Glenn Harlan Reynolds Professor of law at the University of Tennessee

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