Stephen P. Halbrook
- No Right to "Bear Arms?
A Critical Analysis of United States v.
Masciandaro, 1 Wake Forest L. Rev.
Online 116 (2011).
- Suing the Firearms Industry:
A Case for Federal Reform?, 7 Chap. L.
Rev. 11-38 (2004).
- The Freedmen's Bureau Act and
the Conundrum over Whether the Fourteenth
Amendment Incorporates the Second Amendment,
29 N. Ky. L. Rev. 683-703 (2002).
- Miller versus Texas: Police
Violence, Race Relations, Capital Punishment, and
Gun-Toting in Texas in the Nineteenth Century and
Today, J.L. & Pol'y (Brooklyn Law
School) Vol. 9, Issue 3 (2001) (with Cynthia
Leonardatos and David Kopel).
- Nazi Firearms Law and the
Disarming of the German Jews, 17 Ariz.
J. Int'l & Comp. L. 483-535 (2000).
- Tench Coxe and the Right to
Keep and Bear Arms, 1787-1823, 7 Wm.
& Mary Bill Rts. J. 347-399 (1999) (with
David B. Kopel).
- The Right of Workers to
Assemble and to Bear Arms: Presser v.
Illinois, One of the Last Holdouts against
Applications of the Bill of Rights to the States,
76 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 943-989 (1999).
- Personal Security, Personal
Liberty, and the "The Constitutional Right
to Bear Arms": Visions of the Framers of the
Fourteenth Amendment, 5 Seton Hall Const.
L.J. 341-434 (1995).
- Second Class Citizenship and
the Second Amendment in the District of Columbia,
5 GMU Civ. Rts L.J. 105-178 (1995).
- Congress Interprets the
Second Amendment: Declarations by a Co-Equal
Branch on the Individual Right to Keep and Bear
Arms, 62 Tenn. L. Rev. 597-641
- Rationing Firearms Purchases
and the Right to Keep Arms: Reflections on the
Bills of Rights of Virginia, West Virginia, and
the United States, 96 W. Va. L. Rev.
- The Right to Keep and Bear
Arms under the Second and the Fourteenth
Amendments: The Framers' Intent and Supreme Court
Jurisprudence, 5 J. Firearms & Pub.
Pol'y 7-28 (1993).
- The Right of the People or
the Power of the State: Bearing Arms, Arming
Militias, and the Second Amendment, 26
Val. U. L.Rev. 131-207 (1991).
- The Right to Bear Arms in
Texas: The Intent of the Framers of the Bill of
Rights, 41 Baylor L. Rev. 629-688 (1989).
- Encroachments of the Crown on
the Liberty of the Subject: Pre-Revolutionary
Origins of the Second Amendment, 15 U.
Dayton L. Rev. 91-124 (1989).
- What the Framers Intended: A
Linguistic Analysis of the Right to "Bear
Arms", 49 Law & Contemp. Probs.
- The Right to Bear Arms in the
First State Bills of Rights: Pennsylvania, North
Carolina, Vermont, and Massachusetts, 10
Vt. L. Rev. 255-320 (1985).
- Tort Liability for the
Manufacture, Sale, and Ownership of Handguns?
6 Hamline Law Rev. 351-82 (1983).
- To Keep and Bear Their
Private Arms: The Adoption of the Second
Amendment 1789-1791, 10 N. Ky. L.
Rev. 13-39 (1982).
- The Jurisprudence of the
Second and Fourteenth Amendments, 4 GMU
L. Rev. 1-69 (1981).
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