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Category: Second Amendment

Second Amendment: Analytic Assessment of the Inviolable Right to Keep and Bear Arms

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution enshrines the fundamental right of citizens to keep and bear arms. A cornerstone of American freedom, this hotly-debated topic continues to shape the nation’s legal landscape decades after its inception. In this in-depth exploration, we delve into the history, implications, and ongoing relevance of the Second Amendment to contemporary society.

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