Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 10 "Lessons from Lithuania" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 10 "Lessons from Lithuania" Summary and Analysis

Chapter 10 is very brief—only a few pages in length. Cooper states that he originally had intended to write a lengthy chapter about the fallacy of gun control and the importance of the Second Amendment. Instead, he feels that the history of Lithuania presents a more compelling argument in favor of gun rights and therefore presents a concise letter written by one Neal Knox. The rather sketchy account states that in 1990, Russian troops seized all Lithuanian private arms under a legal pretext. Since that date Lithuania has been entirely subjected to Russian political whims and outrages. Cooper concludes the chapter with the editorial comment that anyone who attempts to subvert the Second Amendment is a traitor and should be arrested and tried for treason.

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