In regards to the 2A protecting citizens from governmental tyranny: I remember reading about the Black Panthers, tired of being set upon by the police, (in Oakland?) held a march carrying long arms. I wonder what would have happened if the Japanese-Americans had decided not to go placidly into the internment camps. When/where else have citizens actually used the 2A to defend themselves against the government? How did it go? When/where else could have citizens used the 2A to defend themselves against the government? What happened because they didn't?