To make guns safer, heed the lessons we took from automobiles | Editorial

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Long before there was a debate on the effect of guns on public safety, there was a seven-term congressman named Robert Cousins , an erudite Iowan who bewailed the health hazard of a new technology around the turn of the 20th century called the automobile. “Horrible and gruesome incidents are of almost daily occurrence,” he said, noting how the driver recklessness has “bespattered boulevards with blood” and is “crippling and killing people at a rate that is appalling.”

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