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How much do you know about the Second Amendment? A quiz.

Guns are displayed for sale at the Personal Defense & Handgun Safety Center, Inc. in Raleigh, North Carolina, (Ann Hermes / The Christian Science Monitor)

After decades of inactivity, the US Supreme Court in 2008 began a major reexamination of the scope of the right to keep and bear arms, an issue that has long ignited passionate debate and prompted powerful political lobbying.

How well do you understand this constitutional evolution? Take our quiz to test your knowledge.

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1. Which right is protected by the Second Amendment?

The right to a jury trial is protected in the Sixth Amendment. Freedom from unreasonable searches in the Fourth. Free speech the First.

The right to a jury trial is protected in the Sixth Amendment. Freedom from unreasonable searches in the Fourth. Free speech the First.

The right to a jury trial is protected in the Sixth Amendment. Freedom from unreasonable searches in the Fourth. Free speech the First.

The right to a jury trial is protected in the Sixth Amendment. Freedom from unreasonable searches in the Fourth. Free speech the First.

Jury trial

 

Freedom from unreasonable searches

 

Keep and bear arms

 

Free speech

 
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