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The plaintiff Presser felt that the Second Amendment could only be applied through the Fourteenth Amendment. Therefore he felt a state did not have the right to forbid individuals to keep and bear arms or to forbid bodies of men who paraded around and associated themselves as military personnel. The court ruled that the law did not prevent individuals from keeping arms but disallowed military activities by armed men who were not in the employ of the state...
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The court ruled that the law did not prevent individuals from keeping arms but disallowed military activities by armed men who were not in the employ of the state. Therefore the court did not feel the need to check if the state law violated the second amendment as applied to the states by the fourteenth amendment...
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