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I don't know much about the history of private gun ownership in the USA. However, it appears gun ownership used to be more common und less restricted in the remoter past. In what way did this circumstance preserve freedom in the USA?

I wonder how the possession of guns, and even more their use to enforce one's personal preferences, could serve as a guarantee for a good society?

Is Jayel's Ku-Klux-Klan example not a reminder of the plural, not always salutary uses of (relatively unrestricted) private-gun-ownership-as-a-means-of-enforcing-personal-political-preferences?

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