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Though Neal Knox wrote Lessons From Lithouania decades ago, the truth in this short piece is still valid:

Lessons From Lithuania

By Neal Knox

Those who avoid and evade the reason for the Second Amendment to the US Constitution would surely admit that Lithuania had a Second Amendment. Mikhail Gorbachev violated in on March 22, 1990— Russian troops seized arms from the Lithuanian militia. Or was “the right of the people to keep and bear arms” actually violated two days earlier, when Premier Gorbachev ordered private citizens to turn in their hunting and competition guns to the Russian army within one week “for temporary safekeeping” or have them confiscated and their owners imprisoned? Or was “the right of the people to keep and bear arms” initially violated many years before, when the people were first prohibited from possessing guns without permission of government and laws were passes requiring every gun…

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