Stephen P. Halbrook has taught philosophy and law at Tuskegee Institute, Georgetown University, Howard University, and George Mason University. He has won three cases he argued before the U.S. Supreme Court, including Printz v. United States, which overturned portions of the "Brady Bill" requiring local police to enforce federal gun control regulations.
"Provides indefatigable research into the Second Amendment, and all serious scholars will eternally be in its debt." -- Sanford V. Levinson, professor of law, University of Texas. "The encyclopedic book on the Second Amendment ... must reading for all those interested in the right to possess and acquire firearms." -- Don B. Kates, Jr., civil rights and constitutional attorney; editor, Restricting Handguns: The Liberal Skeptics Speak Out. "The need for careful, impartial information makes Stephen Halbrook's book especially welcome... comprehensive and well-written." -- George Washington Law Review.