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Dr King and the Second Amendment

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We explore Dr. King's  struggle against Apartheid and the Vietnam War as set forth in his address at the Riverside Church in New York City.
The Second Amendment is unique. No other constitutional provision has lived so small a life in the law while looming so large in the realms of policy, politics, and popular culture. Among the Bill of Rights, only the Third Amendment, which prohibits the quartering of troops in homes, has received less judicial attention.[2] Annotations of all the cases that have dealt with the Second Amendment take up a mere ten pages in the United States Code Annotated, compared, for example, to 1452 pages for First Amendment cases The Second Amendment was written to assure the South that the federal government would not disarm its militia. Carl T Bogas The hidden Hisotry of the Second Amendment.
http://www.saf.org/lawreviews/bogus2.

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