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Britons Right To Self-Defense Practically Eliminated

Thursday, June 10, 2004

The withdrawal of Englishmen’s right to self-defense is having dire consequences in Great Britain: higher crime rate, weak sentences for assailants, and even the victims end up thrown in jail, says historian Joyce Lee Malcolm.

Read Original at: National Center for Policy Analysis

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