What Are The Pros And Cons Of The Second Amendment

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In an effort to better illustrate the parameters of the United States of America’s model of amendment, an overview of some of the amendments would more wholesome appreciation of the U.S. amendment model of law. However, we shall restrict ambit of illustration to a certain few i.e. the Second, Thirteenth, Eighteenth and Twenty – First Amendment(s). Without ascribing any dis-respect to the other amendments, it is perceived that these amendments succinctly highlight the spirit and finer nuances of the system law governing amendments in the United States of America.

SECOND AMENDMENT

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

The Second Amendment in its literal reading exemplifies the trust and resolve that the fathers of the American Constitutionalism have bequeath upon the American people. A truly acknowledges and bolsters distinction and independence of which vest in component federal states and its citizenry. One can but help draw parallels to the wisdom of words Albert Einstein afore-quoted that:
“The strength of the Constitution lies entirely in the determination of each citizen to defend it. Only if every single citizen feels duty bound to do his share in this defence are the constitutional rights secure.”
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President Woodrow Wilson, exercising his veto power, sought to veto the legislation. However, the determined Houses of Legislature were both quick to vote to override the presidential veto, in a most unprecedented display of legislative authority. Characteristically it was the first time a ‘time limit clause’ was used to amend the Constitution of the United States of America; such was the confidence of its
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