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A constitutional historian discusses the Founding Fathers’ original intent for the Second Amendment, and talks about why neither side of the contemporary gun control debate seems to understand what the amendment is all about.
- Saul Cornell Associate Professor of History at Ohio State University, Director of the Second Amendment Research Center at the John Glenn Institute, author of "The Other Founders," and editor of "Whose Right to Bear Arms Did the Second Amendment Protect?"
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