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Discusses issues involved. Contends that the Constitution does not provide unequivocal support for unlimited citizen possession of all types of guns. Argues that many 21st Century Americans believe that gun control regulation is needed. Proposes restrictioins should be adopted on the use of guns, if not gun ownership, for public safety.
From the Paper:"Gun Control
Gun control has emerged as one of the more contentious and emotionally charged issues in American politics, with advocates of gun control legislation as passionate about their position as members of the National Rifle Association and other gun ownership supporters. It will be argued in this brief essay that the meaning of the seminal words in the American Constitution that refer to this issue – “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" (quoted in Amar 103) – do not provide unequivocal support for unlimited citizen possession of all types of guns.
Those who call for almost unlimited access on the part of citizens to firearms of all types and descriptions always make reference to the foregoing ..."
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