Sunday, 23 May 2010

The "Celtic-Germanic" Alternative To State Policing

Roderick T.Long digs out some old letters to the editor from about fifteen years ago, including this one with an historical take on firearms ownership and policing. An excerpt:
"The current debate over gun control is the latest, and perhaps the last, skirmish in a centuries-old conflict between two radically different visions of social order: the Celtic-Germanic system and the Imperial Roman system."

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