English Professors Bare Arms

You know youve got a humdinger of a Supreme Court case when a covey of grammarians — “scholars who teach, write and speak about English, linguistics and the principles of grammar” — feels the need to chime in with a “friend of the court” brief. And, indeed, the Second Amendment fight District of Columbia v. Heller is just such a case. Hear ye, hear ye, the English departments have weighed in! Their verdict: The Second Amendment bestows a “collective” not an individual right to bear arms.

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