Antonin Scalia’s majority opinion in Heller is really a remarkable piece of work — an originalist tour de force in which practically every word of the Second Amendment is analyzed in light of the historical context in which it was written. I imagine it will be a useful guide to Second Amendment jurisprudence for a generation.
Scalia cites three law review articles by the inimitable Eugene Volokh, incidentally.
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