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'Armed in America' asks exactly what the Founding Fathers intended with the Second Amendment

A gunman, using tricked-out rifles, murders scores of people at an outdoor concert. During the next several weeks, America again debates whether the nation’s gun laws should be tightened to better protect the public – to guard against both mass shootings and smaller incidents, where one or several people are shot.

And again, giving voice to not limiting the rights of gun owners are... America’s Founding Fathers. The Second Amendment to the United States

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