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092    344.730533|bRIG 
245 02 A right to bear arms? :|bthe contested role of history in 
       contemporary debates on the Second Amendment /|cedited by 
       Jennifer Tucker, Bart Hacker, and Margaret Vining. 
246 30 Contested role of history in contemporary debates on the 
       Second Amendment 
264  1 Washington, D.C. :|bSmithsonian Institution Scholarly 
       Press,|c2019. 
264  4 |c©2019 
300    ix, 345 pages :|billustrations (some color) ;|c27 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tIntroduction /|rJennifer Tucker --|tPart 1. Guns and 
       firearms ownership in the seventeenth- and eighteenth-
       century England and America;|tIntroduction to part 1 ;
       |tThe right to bear arms in English and Irish historical 
       context /|rTim Harris ;|tWho had guns in eighteenth-
       century Britain? /|rPriya Satia ;|tFirearms ownership and 
       militias in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century England 
       and America /|rKevin M. Sweeney ;|tLimits on armed travel 
       under Anglo-American law: change and continuity over the 
       Constitutional Longue Durée, 1688-1868 /|rSaul Cornell ;
       |t"You never dreamt of a poysoned bullet": "forbidden" 
       ammunition from the sixteenth century to the present /
       |rJonathan S. Ferguson ;|tWhy guns are and are not the 
       problem: the relationship between guns and homicide in 
       American history /|rRandolph Roth --|tPart 2. The right to
       arms and the Anglo-American tradition: historical debate.
       |tIntroduction to part 2 ;|tEnglish and American gun 
       rights /|rLois G. Schwoerer ;|tThe right to be armed: the 
       Common Law legacy in England and America /|rJoyce Lee 
       Malcolm ;|tThe "reasonable regulation: right to arms: the 
       gun-rights Second Amendment before the standard model /
       |rPatrick J. Charles--|tPart 3. History and the Supreme 
       Court: opposing legal viewpoints.|tIntroduction to part 3 
       ;|tGoing armed: how Common Law distinguishes the peaceable
       bearing of arms from carrying weapons to terrorize others 
       /|rStephen P. Halbrook ;|tThe use and misuse of history in
       Second Amendment litigation /|rMark Anthony Frassetto --
       |tAppendix 1. District of Columbia et al., Petitioners, v.
       Dick Anthony Heller, Respondent--Brief of the Cato 
       Institute and History Professor Joyce Lee Malcolm as Amici
       Curiae in Support of Respondent --|tAppendix 2. District 
       of Columbia et al., Petitioners, v. Dick Anthony Heller, 
       Respondent--Brief of Amici Curiae Jack N. Rakove, Saul 
       Cornell, DAvid T. Konig, William J. Novak, Lois G. 
       Schwoerer et al. in Support of Petitioners --
       |tBibliographer --|tContributors --|tIndex. 
520    "The history of firearm use and possession is a topic of 
       considerable contemporary debate. Yet, what do we actually
       know about firearms in the Anglo-American tradition? How 
       is the history of firearms taught and remembered? In 
       recent years historians and legal scholars have examined 
       different threads of the densely interwoven relationships 
       between firearms and American culture and society. This 
       history stretches back to 14th-century England and 
       includes locations as diverse as Puritan Massachusetts and
       19th-century Dodge City. Rather than assume a static, 
       unchanging relationship to firearms, historians and legal 
       scholars have shown that this history has been closely 
       related to the broader processes of social change that 
       transformed American society from an early modern pre-
       industrial culture governed by a powerful monarch to a 
       multi-cultural industrial democracy. The book addresses 
       aspects of the current state of historical scholarship on 
       firearms; offers a rare, bipartisan view of the 
       significant breadth of the current state of historical 
       scholarship on firearms history; and includes views of 
       legal practitioners with divergent interpretations of the 
       current meaning of the Second Amendment."--Provided by 
       publisher. 
542    |cSmithsonian Institution|fcompilation copyright|g2019 
610 10 United States.|tConstitution.|n2nd Amendment|xHistory. 
650  0 Firearms|xLaw and legislation|zUnited States. 
650  0 Gun control|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Gun control|zGreat Britain|xHistory. 
700 1  Tucker, Jennifer,|d1965-|eeditor. 
700 1  Hacker, Barton C.,|d1935-|eeditor. 
700 1  Vining, Margaret,|eeditor. 
710 2  Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press,|epublisher. 
830  0 Smithsonian contribution to knowledge. 
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