Today on Legalese we will be discussing the full scope of the natural right of armed self-defense codified in the second amendment. Too often, the modern debate over the second amendment has to do with whether, and to what extent, may people engage in individual self-defense when the government is either incapable or unwilling to adequately protect people.
However, they never question the legitimacy of the government’s assertion of their monopoly on the use of violence. Moreover, should the types of arms individuals may own and carry be limited to those weapons suitable only for individual self defense.
For more on this topic you can read my latest article that expands on this topic over on Substack – https://constitutionallaw.substack.com/p/full-scope-of-the-second-amendment?r=jkc76&s=w&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web
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