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Bulwark 1100 Words You Need Week 16 Day 2

Bulwark 1100 Words You Need

Bulwark 1100 Words You Need

/ˈbʊl.wək/ (noun)

something like a shield that protects you against dangerous things or situations, defensive wall, protection, fortification, barricade, safeguard, buffer, barrier:

Financially empowered women are a “bulwark against societal evils”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said while interacting with more than 10 million women associated with various self-help groups across the country.

Source: https://www.business-standard.com/

Even though we believe that the Biden candidacy is fated to pop soon, the argument he made is such a prevalent misrepresentation of why gun rights supporters view the Second Amendment as a bulwark against tyranny that it’s worth addressing.

Furthermore, one doesn’t need to defeat the government in armed civil war for an armed populace to still serve as a bulwark to tyranny. What matters is that citizens can put up a fight. An armed populace dramatically increases the cost of imposing and maintaining tyranny. Sure, perhaps a tyrannical future president could subdue a resistance, even in a country with more guns than people, such as America, but it would require months of bloody conflict, substantial military losses, and a protracted political nightmare.

Source: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/

Farsi: پناه، بارو، دیواره، حفاظ

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