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The Second Amendment and District of Columbia v. Heller

There is much debate over whether the Second Amendment was intended to secure a collective or individual right. Coming to grips with the problem of what the language of the Second Amendment means, and the kind of right it was intended to protect, how does this relate to the case of District of Columbia v. Heller?

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The Second Amendment and District of Columbia v. Heller
There is much debate over whether the Second Amendment was intended to secure a collective or individual right. Coming to grips with the problem of what the language of the Second Amendment means, and the kind of right it was intended to protect, how does this relate to the case of District of Columbia v. Heller?
There are clearly two part of the Second Amendment. The first is that a well-regulated militia is necessary to the security of the free State. The second is that it prohibits infringement of the right of the ...

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