Posted April 14, 2015 9:00 am by Comments

By Johannes Paulsen

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“We are often told that gun control is more appropriate for ‘urban’ areas than for rural ones, but one key difference between rural and urban areas is that the latter are more heavily populated by African Americans and other minorities. If–as is often the case in today’s discourse, ‘urban’ is a synonym for ‘black,’ then what does it mean to say that gun control is more approriate in urban settings?” — Glenn Harlan Reynolds, in foreword to “The Second Amendment as Ordinary Constitutional Law

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