In the wake of the 2018 mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, a new generation of teen activists emerged who insisted that the old boom/bust cycle of gun control politics in this country was no more.
Gone would be the public’s short attention span on the need for more restrictions on gun sales and gun ownership. And in its place would be a sustained campaign to keep the issues of guns — and the mass shootings committed with them — front and center in the public’s mind.
Almost four years on from Parkland, however, a familiar cycle has asserted itself.
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