Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 8 "Are the Sheep Ready to Shear?" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 8 "Are the Sheep Ready to Shear?" Summary and Analysis

Chapter 8 consists of a single page of text which comments on an Oklahoma State law that requires extensive, formal registration of belongings for tax-assessment purposes. Among those items which must be enumerated are firearms; hence the tax law is decried as a form of de facto gun registration. Cooper urges armed and violent opposition to the law and surmises that it is promulgated as a local 'test case' for a similar national agenda, and he decries Federalism as treason.

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