Author: David Barton
"A free people ought to be armed." --- George Washington
The Second Amendment has today become one of the most controversial parts of the Constitution. Gun opponents claim that "the right to keep and bear arms" is a right that belongs only to the police and military. However The Founding Fathers who wrote the Second Amendment in 1789 disagreed.
Read their words and examine their early laws and State constitutions on this subject. The conclusion is inescapable that the guarantees of the second Amendment pertain to every citizen individually. Furthermore learn of the Founder's timeless proposals made two centuries ago on how to deal with the gun violence that today shatters communities and causes the loss of innocent life.
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