Prompted by the court’s decision in Parker v. District of Columbia, this series of correspondence discusses the effect possible forms of punctuation may have on the Second Amendment. The article makes comments on the important grammars during the founding and also two possible writings of the Second Amendment that contain different sets of punctuation.
William W. Van Alstyne, A Constitutional Conundrum of Second Amendment Commas: A Short Epistolary Report, 10 Green Bag 2d 469-481 (2007)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Law--Interpretation and construction, Gun control, Self-defense, Firearms--Law and legislation, Constitution. 2nd Amendment, Punctuation