11 Tex. Rev. L. & Pol. 113 (2006-2007)
Nazism, the Second Amendment, and the NRA: A Reply to Professor Harcourt

handle is hein.journals/trlp11 and id is 117 raw text is: NAzISM, THE SECOND AMENDMENT, AND THE NRA:
A REPLY TO PROFESSOR HARCOURT
STEPHEN P. HALBROOK7

I.  INTRO DUCTIO N  ............................................................... 114
II. THE PEOPLE OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT ................. 114
III. COMPARING THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC GUN CONTROL LAW
WITH THE NAZI GUN CONTROL LAW .............................. 119
IV. SERIOUS AND THOUGHTFUL SCHOLARLY ENDEAVORS
SHOULD   BE  PURSUED  ...................................................... 123
V. DEFENDING THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION ............ 125
V I.  C O NCLUSIO N  ................................................................... 130

* Stephen P. Halbrook received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Florida State
University and J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. In addition to arguing
Printz v. United States, 521 U.S. 898 (1997), and other firearms cases in the Supreme
Court, he is author of the following books: THE SWISS AND THE NAZIS: HOW THE ALPINE
REPUBLIC SURVIVED IN THE SHADOW OF THE THIRD REICH (2006); TARGET SWITZERLAND:
SWISS ARMED NEUTRALITY IN WORLD WAR I1 (in five languages) (1998); FIREARMS LAW
DESKBOOK: FEDERAL AND STATE CRIMINAL PRACTICE (1995-2007); FREEDMEN, THE
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, & THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS: 1866-1876 (1998); THAT EVERY
MAN BE ARMED: THE EVOLUTION OF A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT (1984; reprint
Independent Institute 1994, 2000); and A RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS: STATE AND FEDERAL
BILLS  OF  RIGHTS  AND   CONSTITUTIONAL  GUARANTEES   (1989).  See  also
http://www.stephenhalbrook.com.

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