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The right to bear arms in the African American Nation

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The meaning of the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment depends upon who you talk to. The National Rifle Association, which has the Second Amendment (minus the militia clause) engraved on its headquarters building in Washington, insists that the Amendment guarantees the right of individuals to possess and carry a wide variety of firearms. Advocates of gun control contend that the Amendment was only meant to guarantee to States the right to operate militias. Tonight we will discuss Article I Clause 2 of the African American Nation's Constitution and the people's right to keep and bear arms. What we intend to do differently, the language and how it will be written and who it involves tops our agenda tonight.

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