Two nations, one very long shared border, a common language, a similar colonial history, and a shared set of values. And yet the United States and Canada regulate gun ownership and respond to gun violence in fundamentally different ways. This month historian Nathan Kozuskanich explores why Canada and the United States have developed such different gun cultures.

Read more on guns: The International Traffic in Arms and The Second Amendment Goes to Court.

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