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Tucson’s Tragic Dispostion: ‘A Safeway in Arizona’ by Tom Zoellner

At the beginning of his new book, A Safeway in Arizona: What the Gabrielle Giffords Shooting Tells Us About the Grand Canyon State and Life in America (Viking; 276 pages), Tom Zoellner provides a disclaimer: he admits to harboring “several personal biases” with respect to the book’s subject matter.  We learn, however, that these biases are completely appropriate.  Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, a survivor of the shooting at the Tucson Safeway on January 8, 2011, is an extremely close friend of Zoellner, who counts her within the “maybe twenty people” he has loved in his life.  The emotion that Zoellner brings …Continue reading

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