Firearms Regulation In the Bill of Rights

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About the author:
Margie Burns. Parent, teacher, writer. PhD, English literature, Rice University. Writes on government, law, politics. The last three years have gone into this book.
National topics pursued in depth include the Iraq War, election integrity, First Amendment issues, gun violence.
Articles, profile at Titles in World Shakespeare Bibliography, citations in Google Scholar, Google Books, MicroSoft Academic, Academic Search Complete (EBSCO). Articles in general-interest and scholarly publications, reprinted, archived, anthologized; Shakespeare Studies, Persuasions, Academe, Chronicle of Higher Education, Legal Times, National Law Journal, elsewhere. In First Amendment Calendar (Freedom Forum, Washington, D.C.). Gale Course Reader on Shakespeare (publisher, Gale, Cengage Learning). Anthologized in Garland Shakespeare on Taming of the Shrew. Fritz Schmidl Memorial Prize for Research in Applied Psychoanalysis by Seattle Psychoanalytic Society; article published by Oxford University Press.
University teacher, civic organizations, precinct election judge; other academic and community service.

Firearms Regulation In the Bill of Rights

Eighteenth-Century English Language and the U.S. Constitution

Authored by Margie Burns

Nonfiction, English. English words in the Bill of Rights are being misconstrued. The Bill of Rights supports gun law and gun regulation.
No other book in the marketplace covers the same ground.
This book does not just retrace recent arguments by attorneys specializing in the second amendment. Interdisciplinary discussion looks at the wording of the Bill of Rights through hundreds of English and American public documents, early American newspapers, and early English dictionaries.
From comments by proposal readers: Speaking to both scholarly and general interests, this book extends the examination of eighteenth-century usage in unusual ways to U.S. history. Thorough, rigorous research. This compelling and original project stands out in independence and singularity, an inspiring example of how well-trained academics should participate in broader national discussions. The exhaustive archival research, the precision of the intellectual concerns, and the rare tenacity in pursuit of the evidence speak to an unusual single-mindedness.

Publication Date:
153723885X / 9781537238852
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
History / United States / General

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