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The Resource The founders' Second Amendment : origins of the right to bear arms, Stephen P. Halbrook

The founders' Second Amendment : origins of the right to bear arms, Stephen P. Halbrook

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The founders' Second Amendment : origins of the right to bear arms
Title
The founders' Second Amendment
Title remainder
origins of the right to bear arms
Statement of responsibility
Stephen P. Halbrook
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Subject
Language
eng
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OHM
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Halbrook, Stephen P
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Independent Institute (Oakland, Calif.)
Series statement
Independent studies in political economy
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  • United States.
  • Firearms
  • Constitutional history
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The founders' Second Amendment : origins of the right to bear arms, Stephen P. Halbrook
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [339]-392) and index
Contents
"The inhabitants to be disarmed" -- From the tea party to the powder alarm -- The arms embargo and search and seizure at the neck -- A shot heard 'round the world and "a cruel act of perfidy" -- "Times that try men's souls" -- "That the people have a right" -- "A musket to defend these rights" -- A constitution with no bill of rights? -- The "dissent of the minority" -- Virginia tips the scales -- "A majority that is irresistible" -- Mr. Madison's amendments -- The Bill of Rights in the states -- The great militia debate -- Old founders never die, they just fade away -- What does the Second Amendment say?
Control code
ocm798945202
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 425 p.
Isbn
9781566639712
Other control number
9781566639712
Label
The founders' Second Amendment : origins of the right to bear arms, Stephen P. Halbrook
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [339]-392) and index
Contents
"The inhabitants to be disarmed" -- From the tea party to the powder alarm -- The arms embargo and search and seizure at the neck -- A shot heard 'round the world and "a cruel act of perfidy" -- "Times that try men's souls" -- "That the people have a right" -- "A musket to defend these rights" -- A constitution with no bill of rights? -- The "dissent of the minority" -- Virginia tips the scales -- "A majority that is irresistible" -- Mr. Madison's amendments -- The Bill of Rights in the states -- The great militia debate -- Old founders never die, they just fade away -- What does the Second Amendment say?
Control code
ocm798945202
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 425 p.
Isbn
9781566639712
Other control number
9781566639712

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