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How Fears of Abolition Shaped the Second Amendment

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How Fears of Abolition Shaped the Second Amendment
Little did Madison, Jefferson, or Henry realize that one day in the future, weapons-manufacturing corporations, newly defined as "persons" by a dysfunctional Supreme Court, would use his slave-patrol militia amendment to protect their “right” to manufacture and sell guns to individuals who would use them to murder schoolchildren.. “Give me liberty or give me death.” —Patrick HenryArticle 1, Section 8, of the proposed Constitution had southern slave owners concerned about the future of their economy.Slavery can exist only in the context of a police state, and the enforcement of that police state was the explicit job of the militias.
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