Sidebar Publishes Responses to October Issue of the Columbia Law Review

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  1. Jack Weaver says:

    The author of the “Federal Farmer” critiques of the Constitution foretold the thrust of the Second Amendment in 1787, when he listed 15 “unalienable or fundamental rights in the United States.” Among those 15 rights in the United States he included the right to a militia that was “always armed and disciplined, and the usual defence of the country,” but said nothing about a right of individuals to carry arms on their own private missions.