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Then, starting in the late 1970s, a squad of attorneys and professors began to churn out law review submissions, dozens of them, at a prodigious rate. Funds—much of them from the NRA—flowed freely. An essay contest, grants to write book reviews, the creation of “Academics for the Second Amendment,” all followed. In 2003, the NRA Foundation provided $1 million to endow the Patrick Henry professorship in constitutional law and the Second Amendment at George Mason University Law School.
vs Heller case issued June 26, 2008. Origin was cited a total of thirty-eight times in eight different briefs arguing historical points presented to the U. S. Supreme Court in the Heller case. These briefs included Alan Gura's respondent's brief and amicus briefs from State Firearms Associations, Academics for the Second Amendment.