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12/11/2008 -  BCF, Kingwood, TX writes ...
United States v. Cruikshank
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Once again I am shocked at how America treated black people and then gave freedom to the outlaws. It is no wonder that it took nearly 100 years to finally get some justice, but America has still not freed the Indians or given them the same rights as others. After all they had been here in the Americas for maybe 10,000 years.

10/7/2009 -  MDP, Loveland, CO writes ...
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Both the District Court and Cruikshank share the same view of the First and the Second having been incoporated into the Fourteenth in 1868, and the Constitituion relative to unalienable Rights of man

The judicial rationale may not have been current, but the affirmation of the First Amendment and the Second were no less true for it. Why through out the baby with the bathwater?

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