Why Meadow Died By Andrew Pollack, Max Eden & Hunter Pollack

Why Meadow Died

By Andrew Pollack, Max Eden & Hunter Pollack

  • Release Date: 2019-09-10
  • Genre: Education
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WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER

As featured in the New York Post and as seen on Tucker Carlson, Fox and Friends, Martha MacCallum, and more.

Voted by Book Authority as one of the ten best social policy books of all time!

The Parkland school shooting was the most avoidable mass murder in American history. And the policies that made it inevitable are being forced into public schools across America.

“After my sister Meadow was murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the media obsessed for months about the type of rifle the killer used. It was all clickbait and politics, not answers or justice. That wasn’t good enough for us. My dad is a real tough guy, but Meadow had him wrapped around her little finger. He would do anything she wanted, and she would want him to find every answer so that this never happens again.

My dad teamed up with one of America’s leading education experts to launch his own investigation. We found the answers to the questions the media refused to ask. Questions about school safety that go far beyond the national gun debate. And the answers to those questions matter for parents, teachers, and schoolchildren nationwide.

If one single adult in the Broward County school district had made one responsible decision about the Parkland shooter, then my sister would still be alive. But every bad decision they made makes total sense once you understand the district’s politically correct policies, which started here in Broward and have spread to thousands of schools across America.”

—Hunter Pollack, “Foreword”