|Author:||Stephen P. Halbrook|
|Title:||That Every Man Be Armed: The Evolution of A Constitutional Right|
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|ePUB size:||1301 kb|
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|Publisher:||The Independent Institute (1984)|
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Stephen Halbrook is among the best writers on the topic. This book covers an area of extreme importance. It helps you understand the ability to defend yourself and the ability to fight to keep or regain what is taken from you (as an individual or as a society) are critical characteristics of true temporal freedom. The characteristics of freedom are always debated, but historical experience clearly shows armed citizens always have the most freedom compared to other cultures. This book is full of factual quotes that are NOT taken out of context. Some people willfully ignore Truth, because it is contrary to their ideals and agendas.
This is an authoritative study of the second amendment, using history and current-day analysis. Halbrook traces the origins of the Second Amendment back to ancient Greece and Rome, and then through the freemen movement in 18th-century England and France The balance of power is the scale of peace. The same balance would be preserved were all the world destitute of arms, for all would be alike; but since some will not, others dare not lay them aside. Horrid mischief would ensue were one half the world deprived of the use of them. he weak will become a prey to the strong.
First published in 1984, That Every Man Be Armed was favorably cited in Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s concurring decision in the landmark case Printz v. United States (1997)-argued by Halbrook-which struck down parts of the Brady Act. The Fourteenth Amendment was intended partly to protect former slaves from the Southern states’ abridgement of the right to keep and bear arms. Yet, as Second Amendment scholar and attorney Stephen P. Halbrook shows, Americans’ right to keep and bear ed by the Second Amendment of the . Constitution-grew out of a rich political and philosophical tradition that dates back to the origins of Western Civilization.
Halbrook traces the right to bear arms from ancient Greece and Rome to the English republicans, then to the American Revolution and Constitution, through the Reconstruction period extending the right to African Americans, and onward to today's controversies.
3. Description this book Subtitled The Evolution of a Constitutional Right, this is the most comprehensive work ever written on the right to bear arms.
The Evolution of a Constitutional Right. This book, published by the University of New Mexico Press in 1984 and now republished in an updated version, is the most comprehensive work ever written on the right to keep and bear arms, which is guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the . Its author, attorney Stephen P. Halbrook, traces the philosophical, historical, and legal roots of the right of the citizen to have arms, beginning in ancient Greece and carrying the analysis forward to legal and policy controversies of today
Description this book, That Every Man Be Armed, the first scholarly book on the Second Amendment to the . Constitution, has played a significant role in constitutional debate and litigation since it was first published in 1984. Halbrook traces the right to bear arms from ancient Greece and Rome to the English republicans, then to the American Revolution and Constitution, through the Reconstruction period extending the right to African Americans, and onward to today s controversies
by Halbrook, Stephen P. Publication date 1984. Publisher Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Bibliography: p. 199-265. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on December 20, 2011.
Online version: Halbrook, Stephen P. That every man be armed. All Authors, Contributors: Stephen P Halbrook. Find more information about: Stephen P Halbrook. ISBN: 094599945999386. Introduction: Firearms prohibition and constitutional rights - The elementary books pf public right - The common laws of England - The American Revolution and the Second Amendment - Antebellum interpretations - Freedmen, firearms, and the Fourteenth Amendment - The Supreme Court speaks - State and federal judicial opinions - Public policy and the right to keep and bear arms.