Professor Bogus has written and spoken extensively on the topics of gun control and the Second Amendment.
Here are links to some of his notable works.
This article argues that James Madison wrote the Second Amendment to assure his constituents in Virginia, and the South as a whole, that the federal government could not disarm the state militia, which were the prime instruments for slave control in the South.The article is also available from the U.C. Davis Law Review website here
This article argues that data suggest that the only form of gun control that may be effective in reducing gun-related crime are measures that reduce the numbers of handguns in general circulation.
This article pleads with the Supreme Court to repudiate insurrectionism -- the supposed right of Americans to be armed to go to war with the own government -- as a rationale for the individual right to bear arms.
Other writings from Professor Bogus on the subjects of gun control or the Second Amendment, available through libraries or paid services such as Westlaw and Lexis/Nexis, are listed on his CV, posted on the Bio section of this website.
is a debate between Professor Bogus and Professor Michael O'Shea on the question "Resolved: The Second Amendment Protects the Individual's Right to Own and Carry a Gun." The debate was moderated by Jeffrey Rosen and sponsored by the National Constitution Center, the American Constitution Society, and the Federalist Society. It was held in Chicago on November 19, 2015.
is the podcast for an episode of the BBC program The Inquiry devoted to the topic "How Has the US Gun Lobby Been So Successful?" featuring Professor Bogus and three other experts, broadcast by the BBC World Service on January 26, 2016.