A Right to Bear Arms? by Gerald Petersen
What were the Founders Thinking?

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Petersen painstakingly deconstructs the Bill of Rights’ Second Amendment, taking us on a tour of history starting from the pre-Revolutionary War era that triggered its creation.
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A Right to Bear Arms? What Were the Founders Thinking? is an inquiry into the historical derivation and meaning of the Second Amendment. Why was this amendment written the way it was? What were the fears and feelings of the Founders? What role did the states play in the development of the Second Amendment? How are our natural rights affected by the Second Amendment and what is the responsibility of the people and the government in protecting these rights? How did the Supreme Court’s interpretation regarding this amendment change over the years? The answers reveal the meaning of the Second Amendment.
 

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Published March 10, 2011 by Xlibris. 184 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Amy Edelman on May 22 2013

Petersen painstakingly deconstructs the Bill of Rights’ Second Amendment, taking us on a tour of history starting from the pre-Revolutionary War era that triggered its creation.

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