Daniel J Schultz The Second Amendment

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The second amendment is an amendment to the United States of America’s constitution on control of guns. It allows for a well-regulated militia as a necessity to security of a free state without limiting the right of the people to own guns (Lithwick). Daniel J. Schultz interprets the intended meaning of this amendment based the terms used in the amendment. Schultz notes that the term “well-regulated” as used in the second amendment brings some misunderstanding. In today’s English the term means a strict government regulation while its intention was not to have national government’s regulation. He also uses James madison argument that the main goal of the amendment was to exercise a check on the national government’s army (Bandler). This because

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