Each One, Teach One: Preserving and Protecting the Second Amendment in the 21st Century and Beyond
Written by two authors with vastly different backgrounds - Ranjit Singh, an Indian immigrant and Greg Camp, a college professor, "Each One, Teach One" addresses a topic not discussed in depth, namely, the long-term threat to the Second Amendment arising from ignorance. More
E pluribus unum, words that served as this nation's motto for much of our history--out of many, one. And yet today, as the map of the U.S. House seats after the 2014 election shows, we feel more divided than we have in a long time. Whether we have marriage, religion, privacy, or speech in mind, the illusory promise of safety has seduced many in our nation to believe that greater controls will bring greater security.
As with other rights, so with guns. In many ways, gun rights are symbolic of all the others. A leader who genuinely trusts the people with firearms is someone more inclined to accept that power flows from the people to the government, not the other way. But with Republicans and Democrats less and less willing to share common ground on essential liberties, rights are divided piece by piece among the special interests until each one is easier to reduce, restrict, and ultimately remove.
The purpose of this book is to get gun owners and others sympathetic to the cause of rights to see past partisan squabbling to the deeper truth that as Benjamin Franklin observed at the signing of the Declaration of Independence, "We must, indeed, all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately."
Each one, teach one, or the rights we value will fade into a forgotten past.
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