Why Guns Have a Powerful Hold On the American Psyche

In my vision of a perfect world, there would be no guns. Yet wishing can’t take away the fact that guns are a powerful presence in American life — and an equally potent symbol in the American psyche. In search of an outside perspective, I turned to Italian Jungian psychoanalyst Luigi Zoja. Author of many books that have been translated into twelve languages, including Violence in History, Culture, and the Psyche, Zoja brings history, anthropology and psychology to bear on contemporary issues. The following is an edited and condensed version of our conversation.

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by Pythia Peay

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