What Can Americans Learn from a Norwegian Massacre?

July 17, 2016

In 2011, nearly 70 teenagers were shot and killed at a youth summer camp in Norway. The gunman was a white supremacist, neo-Nazi named Anders Breivik.

Journalist Asne Seierstad covered Breivik's trial and spent years trying to figure out how someone could do something so evil. She discusses Breivik's life and the early experiences that set him on a course to extremism.


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