What Previous Massacres Teach Us About Aurora

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Op-Eds From The Show

Dave Cullen, New York Times Sunday Review: Don't Jump To Conclusions About The Killer
Ross Douthat, New York Times Sunday Review: The Way We Fear Now
David Gelernter, The National Review Online: The Wrong Moment For Political Agitation
Christine Harms, The Denver Post's Idea Blog: How To Help Your Kids Cope With Aurora Tragedy
Michael Johnston, The Denver Post: In The Face Of Hate, Love Back
Andrew Klavan, PJMedia: Tragedy Strikes — And The Leftists Shame Themselves
Alexandra Petri, The Washington Post ComPost Blog: After The Tragedy At Dark Knight Rises, We Need To Keep Going To The Movies
David Kopel, USA Today: Don't Turn Aurora Killer Into Celebrity
Edward P. Smith, The Denver Post: Guest Commentary: Colorado Needs An Act Of Kindness

Events like the mass shooting that killed 12 people and wounded dozes more in Aurora, Colorado can remind survivors of past massacres about their experiences. Edward Smith, a reporter with the Denver Post at the time of the Columbine shooting, and callers talk about what's been learned.

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