Part 1: We talk to Eliga Gould, professor of history at UNH, about the second Amendment justifications for carrying guns. We note that the right as stated in the Amendment mentions "well-regulated militia", not self-constituted armed groups or gangs. This is also an issue for conflict between states and the federal government. That point was settled by the Civil War.
Part 2: We discuss teaching slavery with Raphael Rogers, who is a professor at Clark University. There are many misconceptions and outright lies about the true state of slavery, as was practiced in the US. We need to return to original source material (narratives), rather than propaganda (about kind slave owners) to understand the impact of slavery.