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painting of Thomas Jefferson The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government. Quote by Thomas Jefferson.

The Amateur Military Tradition 1558-1945
By Ian F. W. Beckett. Looks at the development of British auxiliary forces. (1991)

Death by Gun Control - The Human Cost of Victim Disarmament
By Aaron Zelman & James Bovard. Illustrates the vulnerability of disarmed citizens. (2001)

The Founders' Second Amendment - Origins of the Right to Bear Arms
By Stephen P. Halbrook. Insight into the American militia and the Second Amendment. (2008)

The Home Guard - A Military and Political History
By S. P. MacKenzie. Comprehensive history of Britain's WWII era Home Guard. (1995)

The Partisans - Secret Armies of World War II
By David Mountfield. Looks at resistance groups in Nazi occupied territory. (1979)

Power Kills - Democracy as a Method of Nonviolence
By R. J. Rummel. Author found centralized power promotes war and genocide. (2002)

To Keep and Bear Arms - The Origins of an Anglo-American Right
By Joyce Lee Malcolm. Looks at the classical justifications for an armed citizenry. (1994)



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