25 October 2007

George Mason Annual Symposium on the Second Amendment

The recent Second Amendment symposium at the George Mason University School of Law brought scholars and activists on both sides of the gun debate together to talk about what will happen to gun rights in the next few years. The consensus was that while no one knows exactly what will happen, it may well be historic. Held on October 17, read the recap of the event from Sandy Froman, past president of the National Rifle Association, and member of the board of advisers for the law school.

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