‘I have learned how to survive with a bow and arrow’

Within a few months, he was hunting – something that didn’t sit very well with his wife, an “anti-gun, anti-hunting vegan”, or their vegetarian children. “I was raised by New York Jews,” says Mr Marks. “No one hunted in my family. No one had guns. Hunting always seemed ethically questionable to me, something that mostly rednecks do.”

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