In Scotland, Unlike America, Mass Shooting Led to Stricter Gun Laws

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The outcry that greeted the killing of 16 children in Dunblane, Scotland, in 1996, spurred the British government to act in a way that has been a boon to public safety and a salve to collective grief.

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