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A review of other writings; both private and public, finds the Founders consistently, routinely jumbling the Second Amendment together with the freedoms of speech, press and/or religion in the same sentence and referring to them jointly as "human rights," "private rights," rights "respecting personal liberty," "essential and sacred rights" which "each individual reserves to himself." (These are direct quotes from the speeches and writings of James Madison, James Monroe, Congressman Fisher Ames and Senator Albert Gallatin.)
(3.) Hamilton, Alexander; Madison, James; Jay, John, Rossiter, Clinton (Editor).
(11.)Hamilton, Alexander, Madison, James, and Jay, John, The Federalist Papers 203 (New American Library, 1961).