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willing to defend their liberty against any standing army thus securing
the protection of the citizen from the tyranny of foreign powers,
the Federal government and the States. The Fourteenth Amendment was
enacted after the civil war to reaffirm that the Second Amendment applied
to the States as well. This right can only be invalidated by an amendment
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