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What's really driving America's mass shooting crisis? Look to guns and young men

The rush to blame mental illness oversimplifies the problem.

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What's really driving America's mass shooting crisis? Look to guns and young men
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    The Focus On Mental Illness Is Only One Part

    Grid spoke to Liza Gold, a clinical forensic psychiatrist at Georgetown University School of Medicine, author of 2016′s “Gun Violence and Mental Illness,” and past president of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, about the common factors behind such shootings — notably not mental illness — and what is driving their increase.

    Skyrocketing gun sales and angry young men: The factors really driving America’s mass-shooting crisis

    Skyrocketing gun sales and angry young men: The factors really driving America’s mass-shooting crisis

    The rush to blame mental illness oversimplifies the problem. From Buffalo, New York, to Uvalde, Texas, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, a wave of devastating mass …

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