WHAT’S THE DE­BATE?

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To some Amer­i­cans, the Sec­ond Amend­ment means that they have a right to carry guns when­ever and wher­ever they want. Some peo­ple say that the law gives any­one the right to have guns, while oth­ers say it means only mem­bers of a mili­tia armed by each state can have them.

To oth­ers, it’s an out­dated law that should be scrapped, and that of­fi­cials in 1791 could never have imag­ined the dam­age that would be caused by pow­er­ful ma­chine guns in the fu­ture.

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