The Law and Politics of Firearms Regulation in Reconstruction Texas
This law review article discusses firearms regulation in 1870’s Texas and how a series of challenges to the state’s 1871 public carry prohibition indicate that at the time of the ratification of the Fourteenth Amendment there was no right to carry a firearm in public without a specific need.
The First Congressional Debate on Public Carry and What It Tells Us About Firearm Regionalism
This law review article discusses the first firearm regulation adopted by Congress, a good cause public carry law.
Prohibiting Guns at Public Demonstrations: Debunking First and Second Amendment Myths After Charlottesville
This law review article discusses the history and case law supporting prohibitions on protests. The article argues that prohibiting guns at protests does not violate the Second Amendment.