Right To Bear Arms Case Study

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1. What does the Constitution say about the right to bear arms? The Second Constitution was a part of the first ten amendments that was specific to who could bear arms, and for what purpose (a well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state). The right to keep and bear arms is a natural right of individuals under the theory of democratic government. This was clearly the understanding and intent of the Framers of the U.S. Constitution and was a long-established principle of English common law at the time the Constitution was adopted, which is considered to be a part of constitutional law for purposes of interpreting the written Constitution. 2. What is the Supreme Court position on the Second Amendment? The Supreme Court

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