Policy Gridlock versus Policy Shift in Gun Politics: A Comparative Veto Player Analysis of Gun Control Policies in the United States and Canada

@article{Kamal2018PolicyGV,
  title={Policy Gridlock versus Policy Shift in Gun Politics: A Comparative Veto Player Analysis of Gun Control Policies in the United States and Canada},
  author={Rifat Darina Kamal and C. Burton},
  journal={World Affairs},
  year={2018},
  volume={181},
  pages={317 - 347}
}
  • Rifat Darina Kamal, C. Burton
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • World Affairs
  • Why do major events of gun violence (i.e., mass shootings) lead to incremental change or no federal legislative change at all in the United States while major events of gun violence have resulted in large-scale legislative changes in Canada? Exploring the complexities involved in this compelling question, this article conducts a comparative analysis of recent gun control policy gridlock and shift in these two countries. We concentrate on two mass shooting cases in each country: the Columbine… CONTINUE READING
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