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Fiscus Brittany Fiscus Professor Chen Political Science 135 23 May 2010 Paul’s Views on Civil Rights Cause a Stir This article links to the class discussion because it talks about how Rand Paul is running for the republican nomination for senator in Kentucky, but his thoughts on civil rights questions are concerning a lot of people. Civil Rights in the 1960’s were a crucial part in America; between slavery, Dead Scott, and segregation, it really had an impact on how life would be, but for Rand Paul his actions were causing a lot of issues. What really caught my attention was when Mr. Paul was asked the following, “Well, what it gets into is, is that then if you decide that restaurants are publicly owned and not privately owned, then do you say that you should have the right to bring your gun into a restaurant, even though the owner of the restaurant says, well, no, we don’t want to have guns in here?” Mr. Paul seems to show that businesses have the right to have opinions. Having a gun in a publicly owned business you should have the right but if the
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