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Argument: 2nd Amendment only protects right to arms in context of militia

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-*[[Debate: Right to bear arms in the United States]] - con argument.+*[[Debate: Right to bear arms in the US]] - con argument.
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[http://www.supremecourtus.gov/oral_arguments/argument_transcripts/07-290.pdf Oral arguments in DC vs. Heller. Mr. Dellinger] - "[...]MR. DELLINGER: Mr. Chief Justice, I believe that the phrase 'the people' and the phrase 'the militia' were really in -- in sync with each other. You will see references in the debates of, the Federalist Farmer uses the phrase 'the people are the militia, the militia are the people." [http://www.supremecourtus.gov/oral_arguments/argument_transcripts/07-290.pdf Oral arguments in DC vs. Heller. Mr. Dellinger] - "[...]MR. DELLINGER: Mr. Chief Justice, I believe that the phrase 'the people' and the phrase 'the militia' were really in -- in sync with each other. You will see references in the debates of, the Federalist Farmer uses the phrase 'the people are the militia, the militia are the people."

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Oral arguments in DC vs. Heller. Mr. Dellinger - "[...]MR. DELLINGER: Mr. Chief Justice, I believe that the phrase 'the people' and the phrase 'the militia' were really in -- in sync with each other. You will see references in the debates of, the Federalist Farmer uses the phrase 'the people are the militia, the militia are the people."

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