Will Bunch: Can we stop mass shootings if we won't talk about the crisis of America's young men?

In many ways, the young gunmen who shattered families and broke the hearts of metro Atlanta and Boulder, Colorado, in separate, high-profile killing sprees represented very different variations on the American story. In the sprawling exurbs north of Atlanta, the alleged March 16 mass killer of eight people — six of them women of Asian descent who worked in spas — grew up deeply connected to the fundamentalist Christian church, and was seemingly unable to reconcile his years of Sunday school with the pornography he frequently watched, fueling his belief — apparently endorsed by his religious pa…

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