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Op-ed on Texas Church Mass Shooting by Prof. David Faris picked up by New York Times

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Americans recoiled in horror. Twitter convulsed with anger and indignation. The country though, by all indications, will quickly move along. David Faris Associate Professor of Political Science

An op-ed about the tragic November 5 mass shooting at a Texas church, written by Roosevelt political science Professor David Faris, was picked up by The New York Times. The article, The Depressing Ritual of Mass Murder in America, was originally published in The Week where Faris is a contributing writer. 

Faris’ new book, It’s Time to Fight Dirty: How Progressives Can Build a Lasting Majority in American Politics, will be published in April, 2018 by Melville House Books. In It’s Time to Fight Dirty, Professor Faris expands on his popular series of articles for The Week to offer party leaders and supporters strategies for lasting political reform and a more progressive future.

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