George Mason Law Review quoted in U.S. Supreme Court opinion

Congratulations to Clayton E. Cramer, Nicholas J. Johnson, and George A. Mocsary, whose essay,¬†‚ÄúThis Right Is Not Allowed By Governments That Are Afraid Of The People‚Äô: The Public Meaning of the Second Amendment When the Fourteenth Amendment Was Ratified,‚ÄĚ was recently cited in the U.S. Supreme Court opinion¬†McDonald v. City of Chicago, Ill. Their essay details the public meaning of ‚Äúthe right to keep and bear arms‚ÄĚ in the period preceding the enactment of the Fourteenth Amendment. ¬†McDonald has stirred a lot of public debate since it was issued on June 28, and we are excited that¬†the outstanding scholars published in the¬†George Mason Law Review contributed to the Court‚Äôs decision.


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