Defending the Second Amendment by trying to sell books
The campaign was actually launched back on Bill of Rights Day -- Dec. 15 -- but temporarily suspended when Amazon ran out of books. (David Theroux at the Institute says that little glitch has been taken care of.)
Halbrook’s research for the book formed the basis for his amici curiae brief as well as other briefs in last summer’s landmark “guns are a right” Supreme Court case District of Columbia v. Heller.
“Please go to the following web site and pledge to buy at least one copy of the book, and then urge everyone you know to make their pledge ASAP -- at http://www.secondamendmentbook.com/,” asks Mr. Theroux. Though I’m not sure why you’d want to bother merely “pledging”; the book is easily found at amazon.com.
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